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Competition litigation in the CAT – recent developments

European Commissioner for Competition on global co-operation between authorities in merger control

European Competition Commissioner speaks at the ICN Workshop on the importance of continuing international regulator co-operation in merger control.

01 October 2015
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CNMC investigates possible anticompetitive conduct in low and medium voltage power cables market

The Spanish Competition Authority has started an inquiry concerning anti-competitive conduct in the power cables market in Spain.

09 July 2015
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CNMC fines 18 undertakings €57.7 million in the paper and corrugated cardboard sector

The Spanish Competition Authority has fined 18 operators for horizontal anticompetitive agreements in the paper and corrugated cardboard sector.

03 July 2015
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German FCO fines garage producers for price fixing

Ten producers of standard-sized prefabricated concrete garages have breached German competition law by participating in illegal price coordination.

18 June 2015
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Commission fines parking heaters producer €68 million in cartel settlement

Two automotive parts producers have breached EU competition law by coordinating on prices in a fuel-operated parking heaters cartel.

18 June 2015
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CNMC carries out new dawn raids in its concrete, cement and construction products investigation

The Spanish Competition Authority has carried out further dawn raids as part of its investigation concerning the concrete, cement and other construction products markets

11 June 2015
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Federal Supreme Court: Companies can escape cartel fines by corporate restructuring

Federal Supreme Court ruling allows dry mortar producers to avoid fines of €12 million following corporate restructuring.

04 June 2015
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CJEU gives preliminary ruling on jurisdiction issues in actions for cartel damages

The CJEU hands down a preliminary ruling on the interpretation of Articles 5(3) and 6(1) of the Brussels I Regulation in follow-on damages actions.

29 May 2015
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Collective Redundancies and the Woolworths case: good news for employers

Collective redundancy consultation and the Woolworths case: King & Wood Mallesons update.

12 May 2015
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In the public interest: What does that mean for whistleblowing claims?

Meaning of “public interest” under whistleblowing legislation: King & Wood Mallesons summarise.

12 May 2015
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Has the worm turned? Zero hours workers bite back

Zero hours contracts and discrimination claims: an update from King & Wood Mallesons.

12 May 2015
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China plans sweeping foreign investment reforms

With draft revision of the Foreign Direct Investment Industries Guidance Catalogue, China plans sweeping foreign investment reforms.

24 April 2015
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