Regulatory Investigations and Compliance

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Regulatory Investigations and Compliance

The regulation of markets such as finance, energy and media is becoming increasingly complex. We provide the guidance and support our clients need, advising on the entire range of regulatory and compliance issues that may arise.

We invest time to thoroughly understand our clients’ businesses and requirements, providing assistance at every stage of a transaction, as well as threatened or on-going regulatory investigations. We create practical and workable solutions for the broad variety of regulatory issues that may occur.

As much of our work has a cross-border element, we work closely with top-tier law firms in jurisdictions around the world to provide coordinated and integrated solutions.

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Articles - De Europese Commissie, grotendeels in samenwerking met de mededingingsautoriteiten van de lidstaten, blijft actief op zoek naar de juiste middelen en benadering om verstoring van de mededinging te voorkomen, vooral waar het gaat om online-markten en situaties waarin de mogelijkheden van Europese burgers worden beperkt te profiteren van de voordelen die de interne markt biedt.

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Short Reads - A Brexit without a deal, or with a deal that does not cover all relevant aspects, is still a potential scenario. We have highlighted a number of unexpected legal consequences of Brexit in such a no deal or incomplete deal scenario.

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The ACM follows EU approach in its first pharmaceutical merger

Short Reads - The Dutch Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) recently reviewed its first merger between two pharmaceutical companies. In its conditional clearance of Aurobindo's acquisition of certain European Apotex assets, the ACM followed the European Commission's approach in assessing the merger's impact on competition. Companies will welcome the news that pharma mergers will be reviewed in a similar fashion, irrespective of whether the ACM or the European Commission conducts the review.

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04.04.2019 NL law
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Short Reads - The European Court of Justice recently upheld the General Court's order finding that metal production and recycling company Eco-Bat had submitted its appeal outside of the appeal term. Eco-Bat had relied on the term starting from the date of the European Commission's decision correcting figures for the fine calculation in the initial infringement decision.

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07.02.2019 NL law
Follow-on cartel damages claim dismissed: don't bury courts under paper work

Short Reads - A recent ruling by the Dutch Court of Appeal confirmed that claimants will need to sufficiently substantiate their claim that they suffered loss due to a cartel, even in follow-on cases. Despite a presumption that sales or service contracts concluded during the cartel period have been affected by the cartel, claimants will still need to provide the courts with concrete, detailed and uncluttered information showing (i) which party purchased (ii) which products from (iii) which manufacturer for (iv) which amount, preferably with copies of the relevant agreements.

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04.04.2019 NL law
Fine liability in antitrust cases is closely scrutinised by Dutch courts

Short Reads - A parent company can be held liable for a subsidiary's anti-competitive conduct if the parent has exercised decisive influence over the subsidiary, because the two are then considered a single undertaking. This is why the Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (CBb) recently found that the ACM cannot simply rely on managing partners' civil liability to determine fine liability for a limited partnership's anti-competitive conduct.

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07.02.2019 EU law
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Short Reads - It is nearly time for the European Commission to reveal its course of action in digitisation and competition law. Feedback from a public consultation and the recent conference on 'Shaping competition policy in the era of digitisation' together with the upcoming expert panel's report on the future challenges of digitisation for competition policy are likely to shape the Commission's course of action.

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