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Antitrust Alert: Proposed Remedies in American Express Case to Decrease Merchant Discount (04/15/15)

Higgins, Shores Recognized by Global Competition Review as Two Top Antitrust Practitioners in DC (04/16/15)

Antitrust Alert: European Antitrust Watchdog Prepares E-Commerce Sector Inquiry (03/30/15)

Settling the Dispute Over the Settlement Privilege: Upholding the Existence of a Settlement Privilege After FTC v. Actavis (03/17/15)

Antitrust Division Renews Emphasis on Compliance Programs (03/17/15)

Antitrust Alert: State Boards Are Vulnerable to Antitrust Attack Under US Supreme Court Ruling (02/26/15)

Higgins Comments in GCR on FTC’s Unusual Zillow/Trulia Statement (02/27/15)

Steger Comments on Bundeskartellamt Investigation Into Internet Distribution Systems (03/19/15)

Prominent German newspaper Börsen-Zeitung (Stock-Exchange-Newspaper) turned to Antitrust Associate Jens Steger for his insights into German and European antitrust law regarding selective distribution systems with regard to internet sales.

Brand manufacturers usually use selective distribution systems for limiting internet sales due to the protection of their brand images. Germany’s Federal Cartel Office (the Bundeskartellamt) investigates such distribution systems with a strong view to a potential infringement of German and European antitrust law. The German courts recently issued an inconsistent ruling in terms of distribution systems that limit sales via the internet. As a result there is tremendous legal uncertainty among distributors and brand manufacturers regarding the risk of infringing antitrust law.

Jens analyzed the most recent cases of the Bundeskartellamt and the German courts and delivered suggestions for the implementation of legally justified selective distribution systems according to German and European antitrust law. He suggested brand manufacturers check their distribution agreements to reduce economic risks with regard to an infringement of German and European antitrust law

Germany’s Finance Magazine Turns to Steger for Clarity on EDEKA–Tengelmann Merger (02/18/15)

International Project Development & Finance Update: German Federal Cabinet Publishes Delegated Legislation on Competitive Tenders for Ground-Mounted Solar Arrays (02/02/15)


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