If the proposals for a financial transaction tax (FTT) are implemented as proposed by the European Commission, the FTT is likely to cause distortion in the financial sector.
Supreme Court denial of certiorari leaves exclusive dealing and loyalty discount jurisprudence in fluxdownload
The treatment of exclusive dealing and loyalty discounts is in a state of flux.
Merger Control — Finland chapterdownload
The second edition of Global Legal Insights’ Merger Control publication is available now. Here, Krogerus presents the Finland chapter.
The Brussels Court of Appeal has acknowledged the existence of legal professional privilege for in-house counsels who are members of the IBJ/IJE.
Albion Water Ltd has finally succeeded in obtaining at least some recompense in its struggle to compete with incumbent Welsh water monopolist Dwr Cymru.
In the final issue of its UK Regulatory Update, Taylor Wessing considers how firms will be supervised by the FCA.
For public authorities struggling with mounting challenges to tenders and stringent transparency requirements, a ruling by the Scottish Court of Session is likely provide some relief.
On 25 March 2013 the Italian Antitrust Authority published an updated version of the Antitrust Leniency Notice.
In the penultimate issue of its step-by-step guides to the new regulatory landscape, Taylor Wessing looks at what dual-regulated firms can expect from their new prudential regulator, the PRA.
On 27 March 2013, the European Commission published for consultation a proposal to simplify and limit the burden associated with merger control filings to the commission.
Comparative advertising in the UAE.
The Tesco price promise that hit the news recently has come in for criticism from industry analysts and competitors.
The European Commission is to allow the guidelines on the application of its treaty to maritime transport services (2008/C 245/02) to lapse.
Issue 5 of Taylor Wessing’s UK Regulatory Update considers the implications of two significant changes to the level and scope of regulation following legal cut-over.
For the first time, the Montenegrin competition authority has regulated fees for its activities and services.
On 8 October 2012, Montenegro adopted a new competition law. Karanovic & Nikolic has interviewed the director of the Competition Agency, Miodrag Vujovic, about the law.
The March 2013 edition of the Hogan Lovells Africa Newsletter is now available.
On 8 May China’s Supreme People’s Court issued its Rules on the Application of Laws for Adjudicating Civil Disputes Arising From Monopolistic Conduct.
On 30 and 31 January 2013, the Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) posted a press release and a brief question-and-answer protocol (Q&A) on its website to inform of a recent enforcement action.
On 19 December 2012, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down its long-anticipated judgment in the ONEL/OMEL case.