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Ireland is set to reform several key provisions that govern its merger control regime after the Competition and Consumer Protection Bill 2014 was signed by the president.
EU member states are being encouraged to improve protection for small food producers and retailers against the unfair practices of their sometimes much larger trading partners.
Alastair Harris, payment expert at Eversheds, has commented on SEPA payment regulations becoming fully operational in all eurozone countries.
The European Commission has produced a white paper setting out proposals to improve and extend European Union merger control.
There should be a market investigation into the markets for banking services for SMEs and the supply of personal current accounts, according to the CMA.
Lesley Farrell, partner at Eversheds, has commented on the news that UK banks are facing a full-scale CMA probe.
Germany: Federal Cartel Office and courts make Adidas, ASICS and Casio drop ban on online marketplaces
Renowned brands Adidas, ASICS and Casio must allow their approved resellers to use internet auction sites and online marketplaces to resell their goods.
The new TTBE, adopted following a lengthy consultation process, does not represent a significant departure from the previous approach to technology licensing.
Peter Nigel Snee of Franklin Hodge Industries pleaded guilty on 17 June 2014 to the criminal cartel offence under section 188 of the Enterprise Act 2002.
ICA accepts remedies proposed by the major insurance companies in relation to possible vertical restraints in agency contracts
The ICA has accepted remedies proposed by the major insurance companies in relation to possible vertical restraints in agency contracts.
The European Commission will hold parent companies jointly liable for the competition law infringements of their subsidiaries when the parent exercises a ‘decisive influence’ over the subsidiary.
Weekly Newsletter Italy: HR consultancy; competition, EU and regulatory; and financial services disputes and investigations
Eversheds has published its weekly newsletter covering Italy for 19–25 May 2014. It looks at HR consultancy, competition, EU and regulatory, financial services disputes and more.
Eversheds Nicea’s Crisanto Perez-Abad has given a presentation on the latest issues concerning article 1 of the Spanish Competition Act 15/2007.
Ben Jones has commented on the anticipated release of the decision of the ECJ in respect of the legal challenge raised by the UK to the proposed EU FTT.
Wierzbowski Eversheds has achieved a 50 per cent reduction on the appeal of a fine imposed on PTK Centertel by Poland’s competition regulator.
Joaquin Almunia has stated that any review of the successful purchase of Vivendi’s French telecom subsidiary by Numericable will remain with the French Competition Authority.
On 21 March 2014, the European Commission adopted a revised technology transfer block exemption, which applies to bilateral licences of technology rights.
Rather than a single new body to take on its role, the OFT’s functions have been spread between a number of different bodies, some old and some new.
As it moves into its second year as the FCA, the FCA has recently published its Business Plan for 2014–15 and its second annual Risk Outlook.
Eversheds Saladžius is sponsoring the ‘Integrating Social Sciences into Legal Research’ conference organised by Vilnius University Faculty of Law.