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Competition & Antitrust

01 June 2020
Adam Bell COVID-19 Weekly Report (25-31 May 2020)

International - International Law Office

The impact of COVID-19 is being felt in almost every work area across the globe. In order to keep readers abreast of this evolving situation, ILO's COVID-19 Weekly Report provides insight into the major legal developments of the past seven days, as well as a round-up of our panel of experienced international legal commentators' legislative and regulatory guidance.

Author: Adam Bell
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Recent updates

Marcel Meinhardt Secretariat of ComCo advises on obligation to notify concentration

Switzerland - Lenz & Staehelin

Authors: Marcel Meinhardt, Suzan Hacisalihzade
Srdjana Petronijević COVID-19: CCA remains fully operational

Croatia - Schoenherr

Authors: Srdjana Petronijević, Ana Marjančić
Adam Bell COVID-19 Weekly Report (18-24 May 2020)

International - International Law Office

Author: Adam Bell
Anna Turi Upcoming amendments to Competition Act

Hungary - Schoenherr

Authors: Anna Turi, Márk Kovács
Srdjana Petronijević COVID-19: competition commission deadlines during and after state of emergency

Serbia - Moravčević Vojnović and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr

Authors: Srdjana Petronijević, Danijel Stevanović
Srdjana Petronijević Impact of COVID-19 on Competition Authority operations

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Moravčević Vojnović and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr

Authors: Srdjana Petronijević, Minela Šehović
Martin André Dittmer Western High Court judgment on simplified notifications in merger control

Denmark - Gorrissen Federspiel

Authors: Martin André Dittmer, Thomas Skou
Claudia Bock Constitutional Court upholds Act on Significant Market Power but declares 3% limit on marketing payments unconstitutional

Czech Republic - Schoenherr

Author: Claudia Bock

Upcoming event

Brand Enforcement USA 2020

OCTOBER 5, 2020 | SAN FRANCISCO

The role, scope and value of a brand has changed significantly, with world rankings now showing brand valuations as being worth billions, and often the most valuable assets a business owns. Brand owners need to enforce their rights in order to prevent imitation, maintain market position and, ultimately, retain brand value. There are a number of ways to do this, but without the right strategy in place, enforcement efforts can quickly become costly and threaten reputation. WTR’s inaugural Brand Enforcement USA (San Francisco, October 5) will bring together trademark and brand leaders as well as their outside counsel to discuss cutting-edge strategies to improve success in enforcement.


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