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  • CJEU clarifies the potential liability for a contractor’s breach of Article 101 TFEU

    Article

    Submitted: 27 July 2016

    ​CJEU rules that to be liable for a contractor’s concerted practice, an undertaking must have knowledge of the action or could have reasonably foreseen it.

  • Price signalling commitments declared legally binding Restricted access

    Article

    Submitted: 25 July 2016

    ​The European Commission accepts the commitments offered by fourteen container liner shipping companies regarding their practice of publishing intended price increases.

  • Belgian Competition Authority imposes fine for failure to comply with merger control remedies Restricted access

    Article

    Submitted: 22 July 2016

    The Belgian Competition Authority imposed a fine of €63,296 on Nethys, a Belgian utilities/media group, for not having complied with certain behavioural merger control remedies.

  • Brexit decision - implications for Japanese companies (bilingual)

    Article

    Submitted: 18 July 2016

    Implications for Japanese companies of the UK's decision to leave the EU.

  • La France cherche à attirer les exilés post-Brexit

    Article

    Submitted: 12 July 2016

    ​A la suite du vote en faveur du Brexit, le Premier Ministre, Manuel Valls, a annoncé que la France allait renforcer son régime fiscal de faveur dit des « impatriés » et diminuer le taux d’impôt sur les sociétés afin d’accroître l’attractivité de la France permettant aux entreprises étrangères d’accélérer les délocalisations partielles ou totales de leurs activités en France.

  • France seeks to attract Brexit leavers

    Article

    Submitted: 11 July 2016

    ​In the wake of the Brexit vote, the French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, has announced that France intends to enhance its beneficial tax regime for expatriate workers and lower its corporate income tax rate in a move that seeks to make France an attractive location for businesses thinking about relocating part of their business into the EU.

  • Les entreprises et la gestion des risques en matière de santé environnementale

    Article

    Submitted: 08 July 2016

    Instrument de gestion des risques notamment en matière de santé environnementale, le principe de précaution est en constante évolution et contraint les entreprises à s’adapter.

  • Competition and big data Restricted access

    Webinar

    Submitted: 01 July 2016

    In the context of investigations and reports by the European Commission and National Competition Authorities concerning Google, Facebook and other operators of online platforms and social media networks, experts from our European competition network analyse the issues and the approaches competition authorities are taking.

  • Brexit is a fact - What now? The view from Brussels

    Article

    Submitted: 24 June 2016

    The UK has voted to leave the European Union. With this vote, Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union comes into play.

  • Episode 0550: A vote to leave the EU - what now?

    Video Podcast

    Submitted: 24 June 2016

    ​​The UK has voted to leave the EU. Simmons & Simmons partners Mark Curtis and Charles Bankes discuss what happens now.

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