EU & Competition: Fairer trading
Following the release of its annual plan, the Office of Fair Trading is all set to adopt a more selective approach when deciding whether to investigate a particular case, and vigorously pursue those cases it does select. Guy Lougher and Alan Davis assess the possible impact on different types of businesses
“What is the risk of the competition authorities being sufficiently interested in this to want to do something about it?” is the question commonly asked by clients when advising on the application of European Union (EU) or UK competition law to an agreement or trading practice.
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