Orly Ben-Attia

Zurich District’s Prosecutor
Assistant to District’s Prosecutor

Orly Ben-Attia is an assistant to the district’s prosecutor in Winterthur (Zurich) as well as to Patrick Krauskopf at MCS-LAW. Before she started to work there, she worked at Credit Suisse. Orly currently studies business law at ZHAW.

Linked author

Agon Partners (Zurich)

Articles

3862 Bulletin

Orly Ben-Attia, Patrick Krauskopf The Swiss Competition Commission issues a prohibition order and fined three producers of medicine (treatment of erectile dysfunction) for publishing recommended prices leading to RPM (Pfizer/Eli Lilly/Bayer)

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Description of the impugned case Three pharmaceutical manufacturers issued recommended retail prices (RRP) which were integrated into a widely used IT-Database or/and communicated to all resellers (e.g. pharmacies). 63% of all resellers adopted a pricing policy according to the price (...)

Orly Ben-Attia, Patrick Krauskopf The Swiss Competition Commission sanctions two companies, a manufacturer of garden shears and hedge clippers, and one distributor for entering into an agreement on fixed retail prices (Felco/Landi)

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Description of the impugned case Felco, a manufacture of garden shears and hedge clippers (with 75-85 % market share among professional users), and Landi, a distributor, entered into an agreement on directly fixed retail price. In this atypical case, the agreement enabled Landi to sell the (...)

Orly Ben-Attia, Patrick Krauskopf The Swiss Supreme Court confirms Competition Commission’s decision ordering the abolition of a market-wide system imposing fixed resale prices to all books sold over the counter (Distribution of books)

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Description of the impugned case After almost 10 years of procedure, including two full scale appeal procedures up to the Supreme Court, the so called Sammelrevers 1993 covering the entire distribution for books in Switzerland with a Straightforward Resale Price Maintenance (RPM) system was (...)

Orly Ben-Attia, Patrick Krauskopf The Swiss Competition Commission declares illegal a market-wide system imposing fixed resale prices to all scores of musical work sold in Switzerland (Schweizer Verband der Musikalien-Händler und -Verleger)

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Description of the impugned case The so called Sammelrevers für Musiknoten covering the entire distribution for scores of musical work in Switzerland with a Straightforward Resale Price Maintenance (RPM) system was declared unlawful. The RPM system was enforced among parties with penalties (...)

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