Antitrust

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Historic Lawsuit Against Facebook Sees Algorithm Cancelled

An historic lawsuit against Meta Platforms, (formerly Facebook) has seen the US Attorney secure an algorithmic alteration based on discriminatory advertising that violated the US Fair Housing Act, as a result of discrimination based on …

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Theresa May Sets Out ‘Five Tests’ To Test Brexit Deal

Pillsbury – The Prime Minister has given the clearest indication yet of what the UK will seek in the Brexit negotiations. Access to each side’s markets is going to be less than it is today. …

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China to Consolidate Antitrust Powers in Single Agency

Davis Polk – After a decade of enforcing different aspects of its antitrust laws through three separate bodies, China is expected to consolidate antitrust authority into a single agency as part of a broader reorganization …

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SEC Announces Self-Reporting Initiative for Rule 12b-1 Fee Disclosures

Davis Polk – Enforcement Division “Share Class Selection Disclosure Initiative” offers “favorable” settlement terms to advisers who self-report potential violations concerning Rule 12b-1 fees. Over the past several years, the Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections …

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Politicisation and the Digital Economy dominate global antitrust landscape

Clifford Chance – Thomas Vinje Clifford Chance has published its fifth edition of its Global Antitrust Trends report bringing its unique mix of legal, economic and regulatory expertise to identify themes impacting domestic and international …

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Electrolux Deal Abandoned after Opposition from US Anti-trust Authorities

CMS Legal – General Electric (GE) has walked away from the $3.3bn sale of its home appliances arm to Stockholm-based Electrolux following opposition from the Department of Justice. The deal, which was announced last year, …

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