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UK National Security and Investment - now is the time to Act

The UK’s much publicised National Security and Investment Bill has now been granted Royal Assent – passing into law an Act which will significantly affect the way investments in ...

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UK’s Digital Markets Unit: referee has been appointed, now is your chance to help write rules of the game

The UK Government has launched the much anticipated Digital Markets Unit (DMU) as a first step towards an “unashamedly pro-competition" regime focused on the position of...

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Collective bargaining for the self-employed – a tough gig?
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On 6 January 2021, the European Commission published an "Inception Impact Assessment" seeking feedback on an initiative aimed at defining EU competition law's scope of...

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UK's Digital Markets Unit and EU's Digital Markets Act: Divergence in the regulation of the largest online platforms?

The United Kingdom and the European Union are set to take bold strides towards the regulation of digital markets in coming months. While both are broadly aligned in their intention to...

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Restrictive covenants – more likely to be enforceable, but don’t forget competition law Keeping It Real Estate

A recent Supreme Court judgment has clarified one of the routes to challenging covenants limiting land use. It has adopted a new approach to assessing the old question of what is a...

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Antitrust, Competition, and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter - Summer 2018

Read the latest news on antitrust, competition, and economic regulation in this summer edition of our quarterly ACER newsletter.

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

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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European Commission goes online with final report in e-commerce sector inquiry

The final report on the European Commission’s e-commerce sector inquiry was published last week and contains some important observations about how online channels of distribution are...

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A conscious uncoupling: Ofcom’s proposals for Openreach

Ofcom’s announcement of plans to make Openreach a “legally separate” company within BT have been met with muted cheers from some in the telecoms world, while others...

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