Autumn Online Conference on European State Aid Law 2020
23.11.2020 - 24.11.2020 | Online
The Autumn Conference offers a platform to discuss and exchange on current developments in EU State aid law. Expert panels and fictitious case studies with leading practitioners invite participants to get actively involved in the debates, exchange experiences and receive…...read more
The CoRe Blog is your source of regular news, analyses and a case law reference digest on EU competition law and its interplay with regulatory law but also an interactive discussion platform for the expert community.
Competition Law and Sustainability – Sustainability as a Key Factor in Competition
19.04.2021 | Online
The European Commission sets with the Green Deal a benchmark for the sustainable development of the European economy. With an enforcement in competition law, sustainability should be fostered. But how will this effect European business actions? Will the parameter of…...read more
In a first blog post in this Epic v Apple series, we introduced the high-stakes dispute and the context necessary for understanding it. A second blog post discussed market power in app distribution and access to Apple and Google’s ecosystems under refusal to supply/foreclosure theories of harm. This third post zooms in on the most contentious feature of Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store: the 30% commission fee they charge on (in-)app purchases.
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Official Blog of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe)
The CoRe Blog is the interactive online platform for up-to-date analysis of EU competition law developments. It’s the blog companion of the quarterly double blind peer-reviewed European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe). The CoRe Blog fills in the gaps that a 4-times-a-year journal can’t address: immediate updates and analysis of breaking news in EU competition and regulatory law and the opportunity to discuss these developments directly with other experts through our Comments section.
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