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Skanska Industrial – Opinion of Advocate General Wahl

Skanska Industrial – Opinion of Advocate General Wahl

The Skanska case is a much anticipated ECJ case on damages. The question of this case is who is liable – or put differently: What is an undertaking in the meaning of Art. 101 TFEU? And is TFEU applicable anyway? Advocate General Nils Wahl has spoken and Jörn Kramer reviews his opinion. Dieser Text ist auch auf Deutsch verfügbar. Klicken Sie dazu einfach oben rechts auf die Flagge. Finishing his term as Advocate General, Nils Wahl delivered his now last…

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The Coty Case: First Comments by Haucap and Orth

The Coty Case: First Comments by Haucap and Orth

The CJEU just released its long awaited decision on the Coty case. As we did with the Google case earlier this year, we asked two antitrust experts to share their first impressions about the Coty decision with us: Justus Haucap, the DICE economist, and Mark Orth, the MEO lawyer, explain a case that defines online distribution.   Justus Haucap “A supplier of luxury goods can prohibit its authorised distributors from selling those goods on a third-party internet platform such as Amazon”. This…

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Intel darf weiterzittern

Intel darf weiterzittern

Der Europäische Gerichtshof hat heute die Sache Intel (Rs. C-413/14 P) entschieden und damit einen der aufwändigsten Missbrauchsfälle der letzten Jahre einer Überprüfung unterzogen. Der Fall, in dem die Kommission eine Rekordbuße wegen Rabatten verhängt hatte, geht zurück zum EuG. Jörn Kramer nimmt eine erste Einordnung vor.