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New rules for the competitive bid process aimed at the sale of the debtor’s assets.
Expert calls regulation based on one-stop-shop an “illusion”.
Access to evidence in stand-alone antitrust damages actions: a landmark decision of the Italian Supreme Court
On 4 June 2015, the Italian Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision in relation to taking of evidence in stand alone antitrust damages actions (case Comi & Ors v Cargest).
Also: will Better Regulation for Better Results work?; private enforcement in antitrust; and more.
Reducing the tax burden does not necessarily constitute state aid.
Can a debtor subject to a concordato preventivo pre-filing regime be authorised to sell some of its assets?
Italian hotel chain told to repay profilts after losing dispute over the letter W...
Across the EUniverse, issue 1: e-books VAT battle; freedom of personal data; shareholders’ rights revisited; and more
Legal implications of the latest moves in Brussels.
Longer term benefits alone (such as increased R&D investment) should not be included in the balancing exercise.
Geographical Indications have caused EU/US conflict for years but can agreement be found in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership? This paper suggests the solution must be rooted in IP law.
There are many misconceptions about China and its market economy status.
A clawback action based on Italian insolvency laws in a procedure opened in Italy can have wider limits when the transaction is governed by a foreign law.
Shipping and Transport Bulletin: new Italian rules on road haulage; French aid to SNCF incompatible with state aid rules; and more
NCTM has released the February-March 2015 edition of its Shipping and Transport Bulletin.
The Court of Milan ruled on a ‘lookalike’ case, whereby the company San Carlo Food Group claimed the imitation of the graphic elements of its package of chips by the competitor company Amica Chips.
The Italian Antitrust Authority has approved with conditions the establishment of the joint venture (JV).
New guidelines on fines issued by the Italian Antitrust Authority: compliance programmes as mitigating circumstance
The new fining guidelines allow companies to obtain a reduction in a fine if they have effective competition compliance programmes in place.
In the last couple of days, the Financial Times and The New York Times have published important articles on Russia and China. The articles don’t pull their punches.
Coty Germany filed a claim before the first-instance German court against First Note for infringement of its Community tri-dimensional trademark.
NCTM has been reorganising the leadership positions for its departments, resulting in new co-ordinators for its 12 departments, with Vittorio Noseda as the overall leader.
Shipping and Transportation Bulletin: circumvention of anti-dumping duties; concession fees; and more
NCTM comments on a recent EGC judgment dealing with circumvention of anti-dumping duties, a subject that has become quite frequent in international trade.