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The risk of large companies being sued for damages by smaller companies has been significantly increased where they have both entered into an agreement that infringes either EU or UK competition law.
acts at all times in accordance with competition law, does not act in ways that might, even inadvertently, encourage or facilitate breaches of competition law by others, promotes and supports competition in industries it regulates, where possible, uses pro-competitive mechanisms to advance its aims.
Ofcom said its provisional view was that Royal Mail "breached competition law by engaging in conduct that amounted to unlawful discrimination against postal operators competing with Royal Mail in delivery.
CMA's senior director of antitrust enforcement, Ann Pope, said: "We hope that other professional membership organisations will take note of this case and take steps to ensure they [do] not infringe competition law.
With our new Competition Law service and database, we will provide a cross-sectoral overview of relevant case law, drawing out the key themes and trends across national and EU level cases", said Philippe Defraigne, Director at Cullen International.
The CMA has just launched a short joint guide to competition law risk with the Institute of Risk Management.
Wilson said that effective enforcement of the Competition Law is a must for ensuring consumer welfare as well as creating an enabling environment for business and industrial growth as it encourages enterprise and efficiency while discouraging anti-competitive practices.
of Southampton, England) provides an introduction to the application of European Union competition law to the banking and insurance industries.
Since March 2000, it has been possible to receive a fine of up to 10% of group worldwide turnover for infringements of competition law.
This cooperation aims to enhance an environment in which the sound and effective enforcement of competition law and policy supports the efficient operation of markets and economic welfare of the citizens.
enforcement of competition law as regards state monopolies is further
Alison Patten-Hall, a partner with Morgan Cole, said: "Hilda has worked in busy international competition law practices where she advised on a wide range of contentious and transactional competition issues.
She said this while addressing a seminar on Competition Law organized by CCP in Karachi on Wednesday.
LAST summer, I recounted Labour's unsuccessful attempts to extend competition law to land and property.
The reverberations of the Competition Commission's 2008 report into the groceries retailing sector continue, as the competition law treatment of land agreements, including leases, is to be removed in April.