Helena Höök

Swedish Competition Authority (Stockholm)
Lawyer (Senior Advisor)

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Vinge (Stockholm)
Vinge (Stockholm)

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Carl Wetter, Emil Fahlén Godö, Helena Höök The Swedish Competition Authority orders three undertakers to pay administrative fines for anticompetitive cooperation in the form of collusive tendering in public procurement processes (Funeral services)

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Introduction On May 19, 2010, the Swedish Competition Authority (“SCA”) ordered the three undertakers (funeral directors), Fonus ekonomisk förening (”Fonus”), Säffle-Åmåls Begravningsbyrå AB (”Säffle-Åmåls”) and Begravningsbyrån Roland Andersson Aktiebolag (“Roland Andersson”) to pay administrative fines (...)

Carl Wetter, Emil Fahlén Godö, Helena Höök The Swedish Market Court upholds the Competition Authority’s interim order imposing an obligation on an electrical company to provide a potential customer access to its electricity mains (Ekfors)

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Background On February 26, 2010, the Market Court delivered one of its judgments in the long running conflict between the municipality of Haparanda (Haparanda) and the energy company Ekfors Kraft AB (Ekfors). The dispute between the parties mainly concern allegations of abuse of a dominant (...)

Carl Wetter, Emil Fahlén Godö, Helena Höök The Swedish Market Court upholds the Competition Authority’s interim order to prohibit a state-owned airport operator to implement a planned reallocation of the queuing system for taxis at Arlanda airport as the planned system would have amounted to an abuse of a dominant position (Luftfartsverket)

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Background Luftfartsverket (“LFV”) is a state-owned company that operates Swedish public airports. In the autumn of 2009, LFV announced that it planned to implement a new queuing system for taxis at Terminals 2 and 5 at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Subsequent to LFV’s announcement, several smaller (...)

Carl Wetter, Emil Fahlén Godö, Helena Höök The Swedish Competition Authority accepts a commitment, subject to penalty of a fine, from a trade association for laboratories to amend its general terms (Föreningen ackrediterade Laboratorier)

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Introduction On November 16, 2009, the Swedish Competition Authority (“SCA“) accepted a commitment offered by Föreningen ackrediterade Laboratorier (“FaL”), a trade association for private laboratories, thereby closing its investigation about FaL’s general terms for laboratory services. Background (...)

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