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What’s the fix? A wave of ‘right to repair’ initiatives sweeps the US and Europe

What’s the fix? A wave of ‘right to repair’ initiatives sweeps the US and Europe
22/11/2021

Apple this week announced a significant policy change in launching ‘Self Service Repair,’ making Apple parts, tools, and manuals available to individual consumers for the first time (starting with iPhones 12 and 13).

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Draft revised vertical regulation and guidelines

Draft revised vertical regulation and guidelines
19/07/2021

The European Commission takes a hard line against online platforms, dual distribution and MFNs

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Luxembourg competition law update

Luxembourg competition law update
31/03/2021

Several decisions and judgments in the competition law field over the last quarter are noteworthy. A link to the 2020 Annual Report of the Competition Council is available here .

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Luxembourg Competition Council imposes highest ever fine for resale price maintenance agreements

Luxembourg Competition Council imposes highest ever fine for resale price maintenance agreements
26/11/2020

Luxembourg Competition Council imposes highest ever fine on Bahlsen and supermarket chains Cactus, Auchan and Delhaize for resale price maintenance agreements

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Competition update: Digital sector, provisional measures and competition law revision

Competition update: Digital sector, provisional measures and competition law revision
21/10/2019

At EU level, a number of developments took place over the summer regarding potential competition law infringements in the digital sector. 

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Acquisition of shares: No abuse of dominance

Acquisition of shares: No abuse of dominance
07/06/2019

By Decision 2019-R-01 of 15 March 2019, the Competition Council (“Council”) dismissed the complaint filed against Encevo S.A. (“Encevo”), Enovos Luxembourg S.A. (“Enovos”), the number one energy suppliers in Luxembourg

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Useful details concerning competition law inquiries

Useful details concerning competition law inquiries
26/10/2018

A request for information, issued by the Designated Advisor to the Competition Council in the context of an investigation of anti-competitive practices, is not subject to an action for annulment before the Administrative Tribunal

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Cooperation between companies from the standpoint of competition law and the FEDIL competition conference of October 23, 2018

Cooperation between companies from the standpoint of competition law and the FEDIL competition conference of October 23, 2018
19/10/2018

The boundaries between the legal and the illegal can be very tight, which can be observed in the context of business cooperation agreements. On the Luxembourg market, companies may want to collaborate to better meet certain customer requirements 

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Competition law and algorithms: the Luxembourg Competition Council exempts a booking platform in the taxi sector

Competition law and algorithms: the Luxembourg Competition Council exempts a booking platform in the taxi sector
14/06/2018

Algorithms is the hot topic in competition law. In June 2017, the OECD published a paper on the risk of collusion in the use of algorithms. This issue has been regularly addressed by Commissioner Vestager in her speeches.

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Towards the end of the monopoly of the National Laboratory of Health?

Towards the end of the monopoly of the National Laboratory of Health?
22/01/2018

On November 30, 2017, the Administrative Court upheld the Administrative Tribunal's judgment of 27 April 2017, according to which a private laboratory must be authorized to expand its activities in the field of pathological anatomy

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