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  1. Legal news
    14 July 2021
    AGCM dismisses allegations against the “formula club system” in the Italian patented seedless grapes market

    On 25 May 2021, the Italian Antitrust Authority (“AGCM”) issued a landmark judgment in a proceeding for unfair commercial practices in the distribution and selling of patented seedless grapes in Italy. The proceeding ...

  2. Legal news
    19 January 2022
    Amazon fined for over 1 billion euro for abuse of dominant position in Italy

    On 9 December 2021, the Italian Competition Authority (“ICA”) imposed a record fine of € 1,128 billion on several entities of Amazon Group – namely, Amazon Europe Core S.à r.l., Amazon Services Europe S.à r.l., Amazon ...

  3. Legal news
    15 February 2021
    Main Italian Ticket Operator fined €10.9 million for abuse of dominant position

    On 22 December 2020, the Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) issued an important decision fining CTS Eventim €10.9 million for having implemented an unlawful exclusive strategy in the Italian market of pop music events ...

  4. Legal news
    18 August 2020
    ICA launches investigation into Apple and Amazon for alleged restrictions in the online sale of Apple and Beats branded products

    On 22 July, the Italian Competition Authority (the "ICA") announced it had opened an investigation against Apple and Amazon for an alleged violation of article 101 TFEU.

  5. Legal news
    13 October 2021
    Waste-recycling sector under scrutiny in two abuse of dominant position proceedings in Italy

    Following the adoption of the Green Deal, the interlink between competition law enforcement and environment protection is more visible not only at EU level, but also at a national level. Out of the three proceedings ...

  6. Legal news
    17 March 2020
    Double Caution: Gun Jumping Risks in M&A Transactions

    Following a few interesting EU developments regarding gun jumping in concentrations our Competition team looked into the relevance for M&A transactions, whilst taking into perspective what the ECJ and European ...