Helene Andersson

Stockholm University
Lecturer (Doctoral Candidate)

Helene Andersson is a doctoral candidate and lecturer at the University of Stockholm. Her research is mainly focused on the investigatory powers of the European Commission and the Swedish Competition Authority. Helene has experience also from private practice as she was part of the Swedish law firm Delphi’s Competition Practice Group for almost twelve years. During her time at Delphi she advised clients on all kinds of competition law matters, but over the years came to specialize in cartel issues. She represented one of the firm’s clients before Swedish courts in the petrol cartel case, one of Sweden’s largest cartel litigations to date. She has also represented other clients targeted by the Swedish Competition Authority in cartel investigations. Given her extensive experience in cartel issues, she headed a number of compliance programs for clients in varying industries. In 2003, Helene serviced at the Washington D.C. offices of Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP where she got valuable insight in the handling of cartel matters before U.S. antitrust enforcement agencies and courts.

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Delphi (Stockholm)

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Helene Andersson The Swedish Market Court finds that national postal operator abused its dominant position in the market for bulk mail deliveries (Bring CityMail Sweden / Posten Meddelande)

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In a ruling of 8 June 2011, the Swedish Market Court prohibits the national postal operator Posten from applying a worksharing discount system on certain bulk mail deliveries. The discount system is found to have foreclosing effects, and its application constitutes an abuse of Posten‘s dominant (...)

Helene Andersson The Swedish competition authority initiates proceedings against tyre companies for participation in alleged bid-rigging cartel (Däckia and Euromaster)

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On 24 November 2010, the Swedish Competition Authority (“the Competition Authority”) initiated proceedings in the Stockholm City Court against the two tyre dealers Däckia AB and Euromaster AB. According to the Competition Authority, the two companies have engaged in a bid rigging cartel operated (...)

Elisabeth Eklund-Legnerfält, Helene Andersson The Swedish Government publishes a new Swedish Competition Act which further harmonises with EU competition rules and introduces a number of new features to enhance cartel enforcement

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A new Swedish Competition Act entered into force on 1 November 2008. The new legislation means further harmonisation with EC competition rules and it also introduces a number of new features in order to enhance cartel enforcement. One of the new features is the introduction of disqualification (...)

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