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A sign of things to come? CMA imposes first fine for breach of a 'hold separate' interim order

On 11 June 2018 the Competition and Markets Authority fined Electro Rent £100,000 for breach of an interim order - the first such fine imposed by the CMA.

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Hogan Lovells South Africa - Corporate Citizenship

Corporate Citizenship, one of the core values of Hogan Lovells, is comprised of seven seven pillars.

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European Investigations Guide 2018

The first edition of the European Investigations Guide covers 34 jurisdictions. It provides you with a quick reference to some of the most pressing issues relating to internal...

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Guide on Internal Investigations in Germany 2018

We are pleased to launch the sixth edition of our Hogan Lovells Guide on Internal Investigations in Germany. This publication gathers valuable insights and practical recommendations based...

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American Express and two-sided antitrust markets: Coming to a network near you

On 25 June the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Ohio v. American Express that American Express (Amex) did not violate the federal antitrust laws by directing merchants not to "steer"...

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Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter – Spring 2018

Outline of global antitrust law developments Spring 2018.

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A changing landscape? What AT&T/Time Warner means for future deals

In one of the most significant antitrust cases in recent years, AT&T won the right to merge with Time Warner when Judge Richard Leon ruled in their favor.

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Blurred boundaries: The latest developments in class actions, mulitclaimant actions, and cross-border litigation in the EU and U.S.

The Second Edition Blurred Boundaries captures the most essential collective action developments across the EU Member States and the United States. It addresses details on the blurred...

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