Anikó Kertész

CCEE-Lawyers (Budapest)
Lawyer (Associate)

Dr. Anikó Kertész is an Associate at CEE-Lawyers in Budapest. She holds Law degrees from University of Szeged and the Université du Maine.

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Hogan Lovells (Budapest)

Articles

20234 Bulletin

Anikó Kertész The Hungarian Competition Office condemns price fixing and bid rigging for public tenders in the construction sector and for the first time opens criminal proceedings (Bau Art)

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Background Hétszínvirág Institution for the Education of Handicapped Children (Institution) issued a public tender in 2005 for extension and reconstruction works. As a result of a dispute between the successful bidder and the Institution, a new public tender was published for the same (...)

Ákos Kovách, Anikó Kertész The Hungarian Competition Office fines the State railways incumbent for abuse of a dominant position after the liberalization of the rail transport market (Máv)

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Background / Facts of the case The Hungarian rail transport market was liberalized upon the accession of Hungary to the European Union on May 1, 2004. As a consequence, the railway authorities must ensure non-discriminatory access to railways to new market entrants. At the date of accession (...)

Anikó Kertész The Hungarian Competition Office finds agreements and practices on the motor vehicles repair and maintenance service market to be contrary to Art. 81. EC (Hyundai/Mobis Parts Europe)

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Background / Facts of the case Hyundai Motor Company (“HMC”) started to reorganize its distribution system in Hungary from September 1, 2004 accordingly to the Regulation (EC) n° 1400/2002, of 31 July 2002, on the application of Article 81(3) of the Treaty to categories of vertical agreements and (...)

Anikó Kertész The Hungarian Competition Office, following parallel investigation with the EC Commission, fines € 2, 7 M an international cartel on the gas-insulated switchgears market (Alstom Holding, VA Tech T&D, Siemens and Areva)

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Background / Facts of the case On April 15, 1988, nine European and five Japanese undertakings had signed an agreement whose purpose was to divide the worldwide market for high voltage gas-insulated switchgears (GIS) over 72 kV) (GIS-agreement). Between 1988 and 2004, the companies rigged bids (...)

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