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Antitrust Litigation 2019

Before the implementation of Directive 2014/104/EU on Antitrust Damages Actions (the Directive), some relevant case law had already been developed by the Spanish Supreme Court on many of...

Prima Facie Evidence in Cartel Damages Litigation Landmark Decision by the German Federal Court of Justice in the Rail Cartel Case

The German Federal Court of Justice’s (in German ‘Bundesgerichtshof’, short ‘FCJ’) last ruling on a competition law case of 2018 attracted a lot of attention...

Insights

Hong Kong and Australia Agree Investor-State Dispute Resolution in New FTA
Registered Content

Hong Kong and Australia have signed a wide-ranging free trade agreement in a variety of areas, including trade in goods and services, government procurement, construction, communications,...

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Brazil's CADE and TCU have entered into a cooperation agreement to fight bid-rigging in public procurement

The Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica – CADE) and the Federal Court of Accounts of Brazil (Tribunal de Contas da...

News

Pharma Companies May Benefit from Proposed Patent Law Changes in China; Public Comment Invited

On January 4, China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) released draft amendments to the Chinese Patent Law, proposing expanded and enhanced protections that may provide real...

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Antitrust, Competition, and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter - Summer 2018

Read the latest news on antitrust, competition, and economic regulation in this summer edition of our quarterly ACER newsletter.

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Antitrust spotlight on HR practices in Hong Kong

Since the entry into force of the Competition Ordinance (Ordinance) in December 2015, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (Commission) reports having encountered many practices relating to ...

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How a constitutional amendment is transforming litigation in Mexico

In 2017, Mexico’s congress approved a key amendment to its Federal Commercial Code. The amendment is now driving dramatic changes to the country’s trial process. One of those...

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