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  • 26.11.2021 NL law
    Stibbe wint zaak bij Hoge Raad over transparante verdeling overheidsgronden

    Experience - Vandaag heeft de Hoge Raad een baanbrekende uitspraak gedaan over de verkoop van onroerende zaken door overheidslichamen zoals gemeenten. De Hoge Raad heeft bepaald dat anders dan voorheen overheden gronden op een transparante wijze moeten verkopen waarmee alle geïnteresseerde partijen in de gelegenheid worden gesteld om mee te bieden.

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  • 11.11.2021 NL law
    Stibbe StartsUP programme open to new applicants

    Inside Stibbe - With our unique start-up programme we continue to support innovative companies that may face a variety of legal challenges in their early stages. Therefore we are open to new start-ups and scale-ups that are ready to take their product or service to the next level.

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  • 11.11.2021 NL law
    Stibbe advises Schroders Capital

    Experience - Stibbe advises Schroders Capital on the acquisition of Dutch real estate investment specialist Cairn Real Estate, a real estate fund and asset management business based in the Netherlands with €1.3 billion of assets under management from MPC Capital, a German investment management group focused on renewables.

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02.12.2021 NL law
Back to the future – Commission publishes roadmap for green and digital challenges

Short Reads - The Commission’s Communication “A competition policy fit for new challenges” (link) (the “Communication”) identifies key areas in which competition law and policy can support European efforts in dealing with the challenges of the green and digital transitions. The document covers all areas of competition law (antitrust, merger control, and State aid) and identifies various ways in which new and existing tools can contribute to addressing these challenges.

02.12.2021 EU law
ECJ: private enforcement in aviation sector also a national court's game

Short Reads - Recently, the ECJ ruled that national courts dealing with private enforcement cases are competent to apply EU competition law to historical behaviour in the aviation sector, regardless of public enforcement by the Commission and national competition authorities, and regardless of whether or not such authorities had authority to pursue public enforcement in the relevant period.

02.12.2021 NL law
Google Shopping: self-preferencing is a form of abuse of dominance

Short Reads - On 10 November 2021, the General Court (GC) almost entirely dismissed Google’s action against the European Commission’s Google Shopping decision. According to the European Commission (the Commission), Google illegally favoured its own comparison shopping service by displaying it more prominently in its search results than other comparison shopping services (see our July 2017 Newsletter). The Commission found that Google was abusing its dominant position and imposed a EUR 2.42 billion.

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