Ádám Remetei-Filep

King’s College (London), Hungarian Competition Authority (Budapest)
PhD Student

Ádám Remetei-Filep is a PhD student at King’s College London (London, UK) dealing with the competition law issues of airline alliances. Ádám Remetei-Filep is an LL.M. graduate from Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (LL.M. in Competition Law and Economics). At the same time, he is working for the Gazdasági Versenyhivatal (competition authority of Hungary). As a lawyer, he mainly deals with the application of EC competition law in the authority’s investigations.


12256 Bulletin

Ádám Remetei-Filep The Hungarian Competition authority imposes fines for bid rigging cartel in the railroad construction sector (Colas, MÁVÉPCELL, MÁV MTM, Szentesi Vasútépítő and Vasútépítők)


On 9 June 2010, the Hungarian Competition Authority (Gazdasági Versenyhivatal, GVH) adopted an infringement decision establishing that Colas Zrt., MÁVÉPCELL Kft., MÁV MTM Zrt., Szentesi Vasútépítő Kft. and Vasútépítők Kft. colluded and agreed to share the market, on the principles to be followed and in (...)

Ádám Remetei-Filep The Hungarian Competition Authority fines that seven banks and two card compagnies banks on the basis of both Art. 101 EC and its national equivalent for setting multilateral interchange fees (Authority Visa, Mastercard and Hungarian banks)


On 24 September 2009, the Gazdasági Versenyhivatal (GVH, competition authority of Hungary) adopted an infringement decision establishing that card companies Visa Europe, Mastercard and several Hungarian banks infringed Hungarian competition law and Article 81 EC with their agreement on (...)

Ádám Remetei-Filep The Hungarian competition authority holds that a public tender for the operation of an hospital may lead to a merger but holds that the operation fells below the thresholds while applying its method of calculating turnover (Markhot Ferenc Hospital)


In November 2007, the municipality of Heves County (Hungary) announced a public tender for the operation of Markhot Ferenc Hospital (hereinafter Hospital) for 20 years from the date of concluding the contract. Based on the contract, the winning bidder would be obliged to operate the Hospital (...)

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