Anders Flood

General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
Référendaire (EGC)

Anders Flood is Référendaire at General Court of the European Union. He specialize in competition law, particulartly in the fields of abusive behavior, cartels, merger control, public procurement and State aid. He has worked for Shearman and Sterling, the European Commission, Van Bael & Bellis in Brussels, the Swedish Competition Authority and the EU and competition law team at Swedish law firm Vinge.

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SNP Schlawien (Munich)


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Anders Flood The Swedish Market Court finds taxi traffic control companies’ additional fee for enhanced pre-ordering services abusive (Uppsala Taxi / Europark / Swedavia)


On 23 November 2011, the Swedish Market Court handed down its judgment in Uppsala Taxi 100 000 AB (“Uppsala Taxi”) v. Europark Svenska Aktiebolag (“Europark”) and Swedavia AB (“Swedavia”). Uppsala Taxi brought proceedings against Europark and Swedavia (the “Defendants”) for an alleged abuse of a (...)

Anders Flood An overview of Swedish competition law and upcoming reforms


The Swedish Competition Act (hereinafter the “Competition Act”) entered into force in connection with Sweden’s accession to the EEA in 1994. It contains provisions that are similar to those laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty Establishing the European Community (hereinafter “EC”). In (...)

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