By Bo Vesterdorf

The article discusses the recent decision by the Commission to once again impose interim measures in appropriate anti-trust cases early during the investigation. This announced new policy has been followed up by announcing that interim measures could be decided in the Broadcom case. The article briefly discusses the legal conditions that must be met by the Commission and points out pros and cons in this regard. In particular, it is stressed that in view of the serious economic and perhaps irreversible market consequences such measures may have for an undertaking which at

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