Seminar: Abuse of dominance – recent developments in the UK and Europe (OnDemand)

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This seminar was recorded on the 3 December 2019.

In late 2019, we saw an explosion of activity in respect of abuse of dominance.

Major “platform” cases such as Google Shopping, Android, AdSense, Facebook, Apple/Spotify were in the spotlight in Europe and elsewhere, and raised wider questions about interaction with regulation.

There was a surprising resurgence of excessive pricing cases (Aspen, Phenytoin etc), with many more cases still before the CMA.

The CAT also heard a major appeal (Royal Mail), and considered abuse in a fast-track case (Achilles).  And the EU Court judgment in Intel on effects continues to bed down into practice.

Why listen and view this recording

  • receive updates on all major recent developments in the area of abuse of dominance under competition law
  • develop insights into major recent decisions and judgments and how these can affect your practice and assist with offensive and defensive strategies for clients

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