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Data Access and Portability and EU Competition Law

Digital Platforms — New EU Regulations and Competition Law Tools

By: Robert Klotz & Ciara Barbu O'Connor (Sheppard Mullin) The ever increasing market power and often criticised conduct of data driven platforms is not new, but lately...
Antitrust Revolution

Competition Law in a Time of Political and Economic Transformation

By: Maciej Bernatt (D'Kart) The developments in Poland and other EU Member States worry some observers who see the rule of law may be compromised....
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Exceptional Circumstances Caused By The Coronavirus To Affect The Application Of...

The Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority (FCCA) will take into account the exceptional circumstances caused by the coronavirus when applying the Competition Act.During Finland’s...
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Echo Chambers and Competition Law: Should Algorithmic Choices be Respected?

By Eran Fish & Michal Gal (University of Haifa) Algorithms are employed by a growing number of firms in order to make choices for users....
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Designing an EU Intervention Standard for Digital Platforms

By P. Alexiadis (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP) & Alexandre de Streel (University of Namur) A consensus is emerging around the world about the need...
Visit of Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, to the VUB

Shaping Europe’s Digital Future: Op-ed by Ursula von der Leyen, President...

I am a tech optimist. My belief in technology as a force for good comes from my experience as a medical student. I learnt...
EUROPEAN COMPETITION LAW: ENFORCEMENT OR REGULATION AFTER INTEL?

EU: New Presidents of Chambers of the General Court has been...

Mr. Marc van der Woude (Netherlands) has been elected as President of the General Court of the European Union. His term started on September...

EU: Dutch minister defends Mercosur deal

According to a report from the Financial Times, the Dutch Trade Minister has insisted that Europe’s deal with the South American customs bloc will...

EU: E.ON offers to sell Hungarian, Czech businesses

German energy group E.ON has offered to sell parts of its Hungarian electricity business to address EU antitrust concerns over its bid for rival...

EU: Commission opens antitrust probe into Denmark, Sweden’s postal services

The European Union announced on Friday, June 14, it has opened an antitrust investigation into capital injections granted by Denmark and Sweden to their...

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