Focus Antitrust - 6 January 2021
In The News
CMA asks CAT to send back FNZ / GBST merger case
The CMA will ask the CAT to send the FNZ / GBST merger case back to the CMA to reconsider, following the parties’ appeal of the CMA’s decision and the CMA identifying certain potential errors in its market share calculations. Click here.
CMA proposing to refer Tronox’s anticipated purchase of TTI
The CMA is proposing to refer Tronox’s anticipated purchase of TTI for a detailed merger investigation, on the basis that the merger raises concerns in the supply of chloride slag and titanium dioxide pigment. Click here.
- The CMA has invited interested third parties to provide initial views on the anticipated acquisition of Arm by NVIDIA. Click here.
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The Metro quotes Paul Stone on Elon Musk's feud with Apple over Twitter advertising
Musk feuds with Apple over Twitter advertising
BBC News quotes Paul Stone on the CMA's order for meta to sell Giphy
Meta ordered to sell Giphy by UK's competition watchdog CMA
The Financial Times quotes Paul Stone on Ofcom's probe into competition and big tech in the cloud market
"The probe may act as a catalyst for a full-blown market investigation..."
Paul Stone provides comment for City AM on the record fine against Google over Android phones
"This decision is a symbolic victory”
City AM quotes Paul Stone on the lawsuit facing Google re: anticompetitive conduct in the digital advertising market
"the lawsuits are a 'mirror image' of ongoing investigations by the CMA..."
Paul Stone provides comment for City AM on the EU’s stamp of approval for digital laws
EU’s stamp of approval for digital laws risks putting the UK behind
National Security and Investment Act comes into force
The Act has established a new regime for the review of mergers, acquisitions and transactions that could threaten national security.
Public Company Update - May 2021
Read the May 2021 edition of our biannual Public Company Update.
Paul Henty writes for New Law Journal on the often-painful experience of tackling rules of origin post-Brexit
Defining provenance post-Brexit: Paul Henty charts the often-painful experience of tackling rules of origin.
Client alert: Construction under competition law spotlight
We outline the three investigations which have either recently concluded or are ongoing together with what this means for businesses.
Focus Antitrust - 27 January 2021
The latest edition of our Focus Antitrust update.
The latest edition of our regular competition law update
Brexit Deal: A Checklist for Cross-Border Civil Litigation
After four years of negotiations, the UK and the EU signed the long awaited Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
Focus Antitrust - 13 January 2021
The latest edition of our weekly competition law update
Focus Antitrust - 16 December
The latest edition of our competition law weekly update.
UK Government to introduce new national security review regime
The UK Government has announced the introduction of new powers to review investments on national security grounds.
Data Protection post Brexit
In the lead up to the UK's exit from the European Union, what data protection risks should your business be thinking about?
Focus Antitrust - 9 December 2020
The latest edition of our weekly competition law update.
Focus Antitrust - 2 December
The latest in our series of competition law updates.
Working abroad: unintended consequences
Discovering the implications of working abroad in relation to employment, tax, financial regulations and immigration,