Focus Antitrust - 26 June 2019
In The News
European Commission clears acquisition of L3 Technologies by Harris Corporation subject to conditions
The European Commission has approved the proposed acquisition of L3 Technologies by Harris Corporation, both aerospace and defence companies based in the US. The approval is conditional on the divestiture of Harris Corporation's global night vision business. Click here.
European Commission opens investigation into Broadcom’s exclusivity practices and proposes interim measures
The European Commission has opened an investigation into Broadcom’s exclusivity practices and is intending to impose interim measures during its investigation in relation to TV and modem chipsets markets. Click here.
The High Court has dismissed a judicial review challenge against a CMA decision, which refused to extend or suspend its investigation into unfair pricing in relation to liothyronine tablets pending the Court of Appeal's judgment on the CMA's appeal in the phenytoin sodium capsules case. Click here.
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