We hope that you are all keeping safe and healthy during these uncertain times.
We are pleased to announce that our first online session will take place on 22 September 2020 at 10am BST (GMT + 1). During this event speakers from Mishcon de Reya, BarentsKrans and Monckton Chambers will discuss current trends in competition litigation.
You will receive an invite to this event next week. In the meantime, if you would like any of your colleagues (including partners and junior lawyers) to be added to the invitation list then please provide us with their contact details.
A number of firms have provided us with interesting articles that they have recently produced, please see below. If you would like any articles that your firm has produced in the next bulletin then please send these to us.
We are excited to announce that we are also in the process of developing a website for the ICLN which will display a list of members, latest events, news and articles from across the network. If you do not wish for your firm to be mentioned on the website, please let us know.
- Competition damages: Supreme Court champions retailers on multilateral interchange fees by Rob Murray and Zachery O’Brien of Mishcon de Reya, with Edward Anderson and Amy McMeekin of Sainsbury’s
- The Indian Company Law Appellate Tribunal clarifies the emerging jurisprudence on hub-and-spoke cartel and standing requirements in a case concerning two ride-hailing platforms in the automobile services market for fixing cab fares through their apps (Uber / Ola) by Rahul Singh and Swati Bala of Khaitan & Co (subscription to Concurrences required)
- New law expanding foreign investment controls by Alexksander Stawicki and Jakub Jędrzejak of WKB Wiercinski, Kwiecinski, Baehr
- COVID-19 | Is the CCI a friend indeed? by Anisha Chand and Soham Banerjee of Khaitan & Co
- Commission says to prepare for substantial change after Brexit, whether there is a deal or not by Neil Baylis, Nina O’Sullivan, Kate Higgins and Alex Jennings of Mishcon de Reya
Summary of the EU rules on approved purchasers under the EU merger control regime
- How to successfully navigate the EC purchaser approval process by Vincent Mussche of Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick