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European Investigations Guide

Multinationals face a variety of questions when confronted with an internal investigation. Especially in Europe, cross-border investigations can be challenging to navigate as every...

Insights and Analysis

A new era for antitrust private litigation in Brazil with international repercussions
Registered Content

Recently, the Brazilian Antitrust Law was amended to include provisions that promote private litigation within antitrust and increase the advantages of entering into a leniency agreement....


Back on the agenda: UK’s digital market reforms to come into force by October 2023

The UK’s Digital Markets Unit is now expected to be put on a statutory footing and granted new wide-ranging powers to regulate anti-competitive behaviour by May 2023, with its powers...

Published Works

Showcases and showstoppers the DMAs impact on merger control in digital markets EE Elgar online

The Digital Markets Act (DMA) focuses on several ex ante behavioural obligations on entities that have been designated as so-called gatekeepers. However, the DMA also introduces certain...


Antitrust restrictions on price increases?

Antitrust law may restrict price increases if the preconditions of a pricing abuse are met. However, decision practice on this topic is scarce. Therefore, EDEKA’s petition for a...


FTC expands its interpretation of its Competition Enforcement Mandate

On 10 November 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC or Commission) issued a Policy Statement (the Policy Statement) outlining a significant expansion of its mandate to target...


DOJ secures first criminal attempted monopolization conviction in decades

On 31 October 2022 the Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ or the Division) announced that the president of a Montana paving and asphalt contractor pled guilty to one count of...


DOJ Antitrust Division cracks down on interlocking directorates

On 19 October 2022, the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice (the Division) announced that seven directors have agreed to resign from the boards of directors of five companies ...


Working together: EC guidelines on application of competition law to collective bargaining

The European Commission has adopted guidelines addressing the application of EU competition law to the "solo self-employed". The guidelines clarify situations in which certain...

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