The UK Court of Appeal rejects an allegation of unreasonable refusal to supply and unlawful discriminatory pricing (Attheraces/British Horseracing Board)

Introduction This note considers one of the two cases recently heard by the “ordinary” courts (the High Court and Court of Appeal) (See also A. Jones, The UK Hight Court rules on interim unjunction for an alleged unlawful refusal to supply in the pharmaceutical sector (AAH Pharmaceuticals/Pfizer-UniChem), e-Competitions, April 2007-I, n° 13334) and of the two follow-on damages' claims (A. Jones, The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal is to rule on two follow-on damages' claims (Emerson Electric/Morgan Crucible; The Consumers' Association/JJB Sport), e-Competitions, April 2007-II, n° 13381) which have been lodged before the specialist Competition Appeal Tribunal (“CAT”) . In the UK, it is

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Alison Jones, The UK Court of Appeal rejects an allegation of unreasonable refusal to supply and unlawful discriminatory pricing (Attheraces/British Horseracing Board), 2 February 2007, e-Competitions Bulletin Sport, Art. N° 13326

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