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EU: General Court upholds bathroom cartel fine

The EU General Court has upheld a US$62 million fine on Sanitec for participating in the European bathroom fittings cartel, contradicting the court’s own...

EU: Cargo airlines file new appeal of €776m fine

In November 2010, the European Commission fined 11 air cargo carriers fines that nearly reached €800 million (US$938.2 million). Since that time, the EC...
The General Court’s Rulings in Airfreight: A Commentary

The General Court’s Rulings in Airfreight: A Commentary

By Jeremy Robinson - In its Airfreight rulings, the EU General Court has measured a Commission decision on a complex set of circumstances against exacting criteria of...

Toshiba v. Commission – How (not) to Prove Awareness, and Decisively...

By Jacquelyn MacLennan & Aqeel Kadri On September 9, 2015, the EU General Court handed down its judgment in Case T-104/13 Toshiba v. Commission. The...
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Haste Makes Waste (?) – Some Reflections on the European Court...

Jul 24, 2014 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) presents: Haste Makes Waste (?) - Some Reflections on the European Court of...
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Who are the real winners and losers in the General Court?

Jan 24, 2014 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) presents: Who are the real winners and losers in the General Court? by...

Not Enough Girls in the Club: The European Antitrust Approach Towards...

Christian Ahlborn, Christoph Barth, Jun 17, 2013 Long before the era of e-commerce, girls would be let into nightclubs for free (or get bonus drinks)...
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