Restrictions of competition by object and multi-sided platforms – insights from Budapest Bank

Restrictions of competition by object and multi-sided platforms – insights from Budapest Bank

The judgment of the CJEU in Budapest Bank (Case C-228/18) is the most recent case that provides guidance with regard to the application of art. 101 TFEU in the context of multi-sided platforms. The CJEU explicitly confirmed the possibility of finding restrictions of competition by object by such players despite the complexities originating from their multi-sided nature. However, the manner […]

No need to travel: Join our live webinars on ‚COVID-19 and State Aid Law‘, ‚Applying State Aid Law in the UK Now‘ and ‚Public Procurement & Digital Agenda‘

No need to travel: Join our live webinars on ‚COVID-19 and State Aid Law‘, ‚Applying State Aid Law in the UK Now‘ and ‚Public Procurement & Digital Agenda‘

Due to global developments and responding to various requests, Lexxion has created three live webinars to keep you updated on the latest news regarding the corona virus and State aid law, State aid law after Brexit in the UK and public procurement & digital tools. You can join from wherever you are and receive high-quality content at your (home) office. […]

Corona and EU economic law: Public procurement in times of (extreme) urgency

Corona and EU economic law: Public procurement in times of (extreme) urgency

By Lennard Michaux At the beginning of March, Belgian government officials realized that normal procedures would no longer guarantee the required supply of medical masks to face the COVID-19 epidemic—a problem faced by many countries globally. Additional initiatives by the European Commission would only remedy shortages by April at the earliest. A member of the Belgian parliament therefore personally contacted […]

Lessons and questions from Google Android- Part 2 – Tying in two-sided markets, anti-competitive effects and extra-territorial remedies

Lessons and questions from Google Android- Part 2 – Tying in two-sided markets, anti-competitive effects and extra-territorial remedies

The very lengthy and complex Google Android decision provides us with lots of material for discussion. In the first part of this discussion the matter of the definition of the relevant market was addressed. Although it may appear that this is the only key issue in the case, the decision covers several other issues, which deserve equal (if not more) […]

Are You Joining Us? 24 Oct 2019, Conference in Brussels: Dynamic Competition in Dynamic Markets

Are You Joining Us? 24 Oct 2019, Conference in Brussels: Dynamic Competition in Dynamic Markets

CoRe is partnering up with our friends from across the Atlantic – Competition Policy International (CPI) – for the 1-day conference Dynamic Competition in Dynamic Markets: A Path Forward. You can attend for free but you have to register first. The event is on 24 October 2019, at The Hotel in Brussels. Last seats available so be quick – we’re […]

CoRe Podcast – Online Platforms: Competition Law & Regulation

CoRe Podcast – Online Platforms: Competition Law & Regulation

The European Competition and Regulatory Law Review presents its first podcast with speakers from the symposium “Transparency and Non-Discrimination Requirements for Online Platforms” (6 Jun 2019, Brussels). Listen to the podcast here. Are you interested in online platforms, competition law and regulation, and would like to learn more? If yes, our Symposium “Transparency and Non-Discrimination Requirements for Online Platforms: Competition […]

CoRe Issue 1/2019 is out now!

CoRe Issue 1/2019 is out now!

Issue 1/2019 of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) is now available! It offers the classic ‘CoRe mix’ of competition and regulatory topics like: the incentives, mechanisms and stability of hub and spoke cartels, the challenges for the operators of the EU regulatory framework on mobile roaming charges, and the implementation of the EU energy and competition law […]