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Why UK’s Cartier Saga Matters?

Martin HusovecInternet access providers should be compensated for website blocking requested by IP right owners. In a nutshell, this is what the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom ruled back in June. The entire saga, however, has much wider implications … Continue reading

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FCA sets out next steps to improve competition in the UK’s asset management industry

Introduction On 5 April 2018, the FCA published its latest documents in response to the concerns it previously identified in its asset management market study. The documents comprise: Policy Statement 18/8: Asset Management Market Study remedies and changes to the … Continue reading

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THE DECISION TO INVESTIGATE MERGERS IN THE UK’S VOLUNTARY REGIME

Simon Chisholm and Tom Heideman study THE DECISION TO INVESTIGATE MERGERS IN THE UK’S VOLUNTARY REGIME. ABSTRACT: As merging parties can choose whether to notify their transaction in the United Kingdom, the competition authority has a well-developed procedure for capturing… … Continue reading

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