A note aimed at those new to competition law.
Practitioner opinion articles on competition law developments and trends.
Key recent developments
- Consumer Rights Act 2015: private actions in competition law
- BIS consults on review of CAT rules of procedure
- Antitrust damages directive published in Official Journal
- Commission White Paper on making EU merger control more effective
- Commission Communication on past and future of antitrust enforcement under Regulation 1/2003
- Commission adopts new technology transfer block exemption and guidelines
- CMA guidance on Competition Act investigations, cartel prosecutions, concurrency and consumer powers
- CMA publishes vision, values and strategy and performance management framework and consults on annual plan and prioritisation principles
- CMA guidance on mergers, market studies and investigations, penalties, transparency and cost recovery
- Entry into force of new competition private actions rules confirmed for 1 October 2015
- CMA update and timetable revision in retail banking market investigation
- CMA decides to review Northern Ireland PCA Banking Market Investigation Order 2008
- Merger consultations
- Monitor finds no breach of Procurement, Patient Choice and Competition Regulations in commissioning community services in Devon
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