Focus Antitrust - 04 March 2020
In The News
European Commission approves Assa Abloy's acquisition of Agta Record subject to conditions
The European Commission has approved the proposed acquisition of Agta Record by Assa Abloy subject to conditions. The Commission had concerns that the proposed transaction would have significantly reduced competition in the supply of different types of automatic pedestrian doors in various Member States, including Austria, Czechia, Finland, France, Hungary, Iceland, the Netherlands, Slovenia and the United Kingdom, and the supply of industrial high-speed doors in France. Click here.
CMA fines suppliers of nortriptyline £3.4 million
The CMA has imposed fines of £3.4 million on suppliers of nortriptyline, a drug used to relieve symptoms of depression. The suppliers have also agreed to make a payment of £1 million directly to the NHS and one of the company’s directors has been disqualified. Click here.
News & Insights
Charles Russell Speechlys advises the founder of Global Technical Realty on USD$1bn investment by KKR
We advised the founder and CEO of GTR, and his management team on an initial USD$1bn investment by a global investment firm.
Does overlooking constitute a nuisance?
Megan Davies has written for the Estates Gazette Legal Q&A on the law of nuisance.