Media EU Competition Law Briefing - Recent developments at the Court of Justice of the European Union

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In the first half of 2022, the Court of Justice delivered a number of important judgments in competition cases. In detail:

• Intel/Commission and Qualcomm/Commission – both on the question if and when rebate schemes constitute an abuse of dominance
• Servizio Elettrico Nazionale – about abuse of dominance by a national electricity incumbent post-liberalization
• thyssenkrupp/Commission – on the Commission decision prohibiting the merger between thyssenkrupp and Tata Steel
• Canon/Commission – regarding the unsuccessful challenge of Canon’s EUR 28 million fine for gun jumping
• Bpost and Nordzucker – shedding light on the non bis in idem principle in competition cases
• Sped-Pro/Commission – on the interplay between the enforcement of competition law and the rule of law
• Air France-KLM/Commission and related decisions – round two before the Court of Justice in the Aircargo-case
• Scania/Commission – about the merits of one of the decisions of the Commission in the Truck cartel case

Edmon Oude-Elfering discusses these cases briefly and shares our main takeaways for legal practitioners.

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