The Swedish Patent and Market Court upholds decision by Stockholm District Court that excessively long non-compete clauses in share purchase agreements do not constitute infringement of competition rules by object (Alfa Quality Moving)

Non-compete clauses included in share purchase agreements for a period of five years do not constitute an infringement of competition rules by object* On the 29th of November, the Swedish Patent and Market Court of appeal ruled that anti-competitive clauses included in share purchase agreements for a period of five years do not constitute a competition infringement. In 2006, NFB and ICM were two of the leading national players on the Swedish removal services market. The companies offered both domestic and international (cross-border) removals. At the end

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European Competition Network Brief, The Swedish Patent and Market Court upholds decision by Stockholm District Court that excessively long non-compete clauses in share purchase agreements do not constitute infringement of competition rules by object (Alfa Quality Moving), 29 November 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2017, Art. N° 86359

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