Focus Antitrust - 13 May 2020
In The News
CMA consults on BA and American Airlines commitments
British Airways and American Airlines have offered commitments to the CMA in relation to an agreement concerning airline routes between the UK and US. Click here.
Court of Appeal rules CMA not liable for costs
The Court of Appeal has handed down a judgment ruling that the starting point for costs is that no order should be made against the CMA where it has brought or defended proceedings in the Competition Appeal Tribunal acting purely in its regulatory capacity. Click here.
Advocate General considers Paramount pay-TV commitments breached principle of proportionality
An Advocate General’s opinion has concluded that Paramount’s pay-TV commitments breached the principle of proportionality, as the Commission did not take appropriate account of the interests of third parties. Click here.
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