Abuse of Market Power

Court of Appeal and the Eurotunnel Dover ferry saga


Court of Appeal overturns prohibition on Eurotunnel Dover ferry operations

The Court of Appeal by a majority decision has sided with the SCOP in its long-running dispute with the CMA.

22 May 2015

Singapore Slings: The new cocktail of dispute resolution procedures in Singapore

The launch of the Singapore International Commercial Court cemented Singapore as a prime destination for resolving international commercial disputes.

21 May 2015

Resolving cross border tax disputes through Australia’s investment treaties

There has been a recent surge in regulatory attention around the world towards transfer pricing arrangements within multinational corporate groups.

21 May 2015

Recast Brussels Regulation: a brighter future for arbitration in the EU

Following a wide consultation led by the European Commission, the EU Parliament and the Council have adopted a new version of the Brussels Regulation.

21 May 2015

Trends in international arbitration: The future Ibero-American Arbitration Centre

The Ibero-American Arbitration Centre, due to be fully operational this year, will play a key role in providing greater legal certainty to the region.

21 May 2015

AGCM opens investigation on Serie A television rights

The AGCM opens an investigation to verify the existence of alleged “allocation agreements” between Sky and Mediaset for broadcasting of Serie A.

21 May 2015