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Self-Preferencing – Some Observations on the Push for Legislation at the National Level in Germany

Self-Preferencing – Some Observations on the Push for Legislation at the...

While the debate on self-preferencing as a possible abuse of dominance under EU law is ongoing, various expert reports on antitrust enforcement in the...
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Antitrust Law and Digital Markets: A Guide to the European Competition...

By Viktoria H.S.E. Robertson (University of Graz) Leading jurisdictions around the world are debating whether the nature of data-driven digital markets and the smart technologies...
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The New Abuse Rules in the German Competition Act – What’s...

By Dr. Thomas Weck (German Monopolies Commission)1 Digital platform markets pose novel issues when it comes to enforcing the competition rules. A draft bill...
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Invoking the ECJ’s Intel Judgment, the UK Court of Appeal Broadly...

By James Killick, Assimakis Komninos & Aqeel Kadri (White & Case LLP)1   Introduction On March 10, 2020, the UK Court of Appeal upheld the Competition Appeal...
Agency Investigation of Abusive Conduct in China: The Eastman Case

Agency Investigation of Abusive Conduct in China: The Eastman Case

In this article, we review the antitrust decision of the Shanghai Administration for Market Regulation (Shanghai AMR) against Eastman Chemical (China). After analyzing the...
Antitrust Enforcement in the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products Industry in China

Antitrust Enforcement in the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products Industry in China

B The pharmaceutical and medical products industry in China has seen high levels of antitrust enforcement activity from 2015 onwards. This article takes stock of...
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The Rise of Precautionary Antitrust: An Illustration with the EU Google...

By Dr. Aurelien Portuese (St Mary’s University London)1 Introduction The Google Android decision2 issued by the European Commission is not only unique in terms of...
Antitrust and Tech: Europe and the United States Differ and it Matters

Antitrust and Tech: Europe and the United States Differ, and it...

European enforcers have brought high-profile antitrust cases against the tech giants, and both activists and members of Congress are calling for action in the...
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FTC v. Qualcomm: Origins and Problems

By Matthew Spitzer (Northwestern University)1 The District Court’s opinion finding Qualcomm guilty of antitrust violations in a case brought by the Federal Trade Commission2 is on appeal to...

Australia: ACCC reports “holistic, dynamic reforms needed” to address digital platforms

On Friday, July 26, the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) posted the final report of its Digital Platforms Inquiry. The report contains 23 recommendations,...
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