Emma Trogen

Cosmetics Europe (Brussels)
Lawyer/Attorney

Emma Trogen is Director Legal Affairs at Cosmetics Europe. A qualified attorney, Emma previously worked in the EU and antitrust practices of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom as well as Swedish firm Vinge in Brussels. In 1998 she attained her law degree from the University of Nantes, France and she has also studied EU law at the Universities of Cardiff (Wales) and Rennes (France).Emma is fluent in Swedish, French and English.

Distinctions

Global Counsel Powerlist Benelux 2019

Linked author

Vinge (Stockholm)

Articles

1182 Bulletin

Carl Wetter, Emma Trogen The Swedish Market Court prohibits the national postal operator’s rebate system and made its decision subject to the penalty of a fine of SEK 100 million (Bring CityMail Sweden / Posten Meddelande)

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Introduction The claimant, Bring CityMail Sweden AB (“CityMail”) brought a claim against the Swedish Post (“Posten”), arguing that the discounts offered by Posten to its clients had foreclosure effects. The Market Court placed the burden of proof on Posten to prove that the discount programme was (...)

Carl Wetter, Emma Trogen The Swedish Competition Authority approves after an in-depth investigation acquisition by a wholesaler of 100 % of the shares of its retailer and service provider (Assa Sverige/Swesafe)

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Introduction On 23 March 2011, the Swedish Competition Authority (“SCA”) approved after an in-depth investigation ASSA Sverige AB’s (“ASSA”) acquisition of 100 % of the shares in the retailer and service provider Swesafe AB (“Swesafe”). During its investigation, the SCA considered whether the (...)

Carl Wetter, Emma Trogen A Swedish Court of Appeal awards damages due to a refusal to supply, which was considered to constitute an abuse of a dominant position (Euroclear Sweden / Europe Investor Direct)

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Introduction In one of the first actions for damages due to a competition law infringement the Stockholm District Court and the Svea Court of Appeal awarded damages due to a refusal to supply, which was considered to constitute an abuse of a dominant position. Background Euroclear Sweden AB (...)

Carl Wetter, Emma Trogen The Swedish Competition Authority accepts a commitment from a make up retailer to cease resale price maintenance agreements with franchisees (Make up Store)

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Introduction The Swedish Competition Authority (“SCA”) accepted a commitment subject to a fine of SEK 750 000 from a franchiser to, firstly, cease fixing prices centrally via its online system for cash registers and secondly, to make clear that the prices set by the franchiser were recommended (...)

Carl Wetter, Emma Trogen The Swedish Competition Authority orders electrical company, subject to a fine, to connect the street and road lightning network installed by the municipality, to the company’s electricity mains (Ekfors)

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Introduction In the hope of putting an end to a lengthy dispute whereby the inhabitants of the municipality of Haparanda in the north of Sweden had been regularly deprived of street light during the winter seasons, the Swedish competition authority ordered Ekfors Kraft, subject to a fine, to (...)

Carl Wetter, Emma Trogen A Swedish Court of Appeal holds that the agreement whereby authors have entrusted the administration of their literary works to a collecting society constitutes the basis of an unlawful cooperation and thus is null and void (Mediearkivet)

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Introduction In two cases concerning the administration by a collecting society of literary works, the Stockholm District Court and, on appeal, the Court of Appeal, examined the agreements whereby authors had entrusted the administration of their literary works to a collecting society. It was (...)

Carl Wetter, Emma Trogen The Swedish Competition Authority investigates a merger between to book wholesalers on specific grounds but decides to take no further action (Bonnierförlagen/Pocket Grossisten)

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Introduction Further to a complaint from a competitor in a case that did not fall within the Swedish merger control notification thresholds, the Swedish Competition Authority decided to request the submission of a notification based on a clause in the Competition Act according to which the (...)

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