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Notes about theory and practice of Competition Law

UBER = Transport Service, ECJ Advocate-General says


‘What is Uber? Is it a transport undertaking, a taxi business to be blunt? Or is it solely an electronic platform enabling users to locate, book and pay for a […]

March… on the road!


After starting March with the rather sorry setting for the European Commission’s White Paper on the Future de Europe we have chosen to shoulder our backpack and take advantage of […]

The stowage conflict from an EU-perspective


Recent turmoil in the stowage sector has reminded us of some unique features of its regulation, which are rather surprising from an EU-law perspective. This is a sector which has […]

First curiosity of 2017: The General Court is liable for damages!


Among the few EU competition judgments handed down so far in 2017, a damages case has attracted our attention: the Gascogne case (T-577/14). The plaintiff sued the EU for tort, […]

Merry Christmas, WhatsApp users


2016 is coming to an end and will leave a wealth of more or less fond memories among the antitrust community. To quote Bob Dylan’s friend Mick, we should take […]


Neutrality – definitely my favourite sin


Like everyone else in the packed room we much enjoyed the 2nd Chillin’ Competition conference on November 21st. The topic of the day was neutrality, which is why the programme […]

Who protects data protectors?


We recently attended the FBE conference in Luxembourg, dedicated to discussing rights of defence before the EU courts. While Denis Waelbroeck lashed out at rules capping the extension of briefs […]

Now it’s the lawyers!


On 15 September 2016, the Council of the Spanish NCA (‘CNMC’) adopted two decisions fining the Madrid Bar Association (ICAM) and the Alcalá de Henares Bar Association (ICAAH), respectively. The […]

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