On February 16, 2018, the UK Court of Appeal adopted its much awaited ruling in the iiyama case. Taking stock of the Court of Justice (CoJ) ruling in Intel last year, the Court of Appeal allows plaintiffs in civil cartel damages actions to advance claims based on overcharges incurred by their supply chain operations outside
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Find more interesting content in our Antitrust News & Briefs on the Steptoe website, where we provide you with more in-depth analyses on current antitrust & competition developments in the EU, UK, and the US. See below for some of our most recent publications.
Intel: ‘A Whole New World’
The European Court of Justice just…
Troubles Ahead For the Fashion Industry? UK Competition and Market Authority Sends Warning Shot to ‘Creative Industries’
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Posted in Jurisdiction – UK, Litigation
In an open letter published shortly before the opening of the London Fashion week on September 12, 2017 (see here), the UK Competition and Market Authority (CMA) sent a strong reminder to creative industries that they are prohibited from engaging into price coordination and information sharing between competitors.
The CMA Letter: What’s In It?…