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Takeaways from the Intel Judgment on the Legality of Exclusivity Rebates in the EU

According to the longstanding case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (the “Court”), rebates which are conditional upon a purchaser buying all or most of its requirements from a dominant supplier (so called “exclusivity” or “loyalty” rebates) have been presumed to be abusive on the basis that they are by their … Continue Reading

Bre(xit)aking News

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom by a majority of 8 to 3 has today confirmed that triggering the exit procedure from the European Union requires an Act of Parliament. As such the Supreme Court disagreed with the current UK Government which had argued that Government ministers could rely on their prerogative powers to … Continue Reading
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