Nov-07(2)

In this issue: China’s Antimonopoly Law Adrian Emch, Nov 15, 2007 The New Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law – An Overview On August 30, 2007, the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”) was enacted by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (“NPC”). This law is the culmination of a drafting process which lasted over 13 years. During this […]

The New Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law – An Overview

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Adrian Emch, Nov 15, 2007 On August 30, 2007, the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”) was enacted by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (“NPC”). This law is the culmination of a drafting process which lasted over 13 years. During this process, the […]

Nov-07(1)

In this issue: Devenish v. Sanofi-Aventis Jon Lawrence, Elaine Whiteford, Nov 07, 2007 Cartel Damages in England: Exemplary Damages Rejected In Devenish and others v Sanofi-Aventis and others, the English High Court recently held that exemplary damages are not available to claimants bringing actions against cartelists that have already been fined by the European Commission, […]

Oct-07(1)

In this issue: More on Microsoft Harry First, Sep 28, 2007 Strong Spine, Weak Underbelly: The CFI Microsoft Decision The CFI’s decision in Microsoft came as something of a surprise. In the run-up to its issuance, commentators had been predicting some sort of “split-the-difference” approach, seeing the Court as most likely upholding the Commission’s decision […]

Sep-07(1) & (2)

In this issue: The Court of First Instance’s Decision in Microsoft Sep 14, 2007 Background on: Microsoft v. Commission of the European Communities Background, case history and related materials on Microsoft v. Commission decided by the European Court of First Instance. Luke Froeb, Sep 17, 2007 European Antitrust: Is Big Bad Again? Every MBA program […]

Microsoft v. European Commission: Sounds Good In Theory But . . .

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Robert O’Donoghue, Sep 20, 2007 Few cases in the annals of antitrust law have provoked as much reaction and interest as the various Microsoft proceedings, which have now continued in the United States (U.S.), the European Union (EU), and elsewhere for over a […]

Schneider Floodgates Open for Claims against Commission?

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Sebastian McMichael, John Schmidt, Aug 07, 2007 Introduction On July 11, 2007 the European Court of First Instance (CFI) ruled that Schneider Electric SA should be compensated for some of the losses suffered following the European Commission’s unlawful prohibition of its merger with […]

Aug-07(2)

In this issue: The Schneider Decision Juan Rodriguez, Aug 06, 2007 Schneider Electric Damages Judgment: A New Era in EC Merger Control? The judgment of the Court of First Instance of July 11, 2007 awarding damages to Schneider Electric is unlikely to lead to a flood of merger-related damages litigation against the European Commission. Sebastian […]

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