Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)

Fynn Dewald

Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)
Lawyer (Associate)

Fynn Dewald is an associate in the EU & Competition Law practice of Arendt & Medernach, where he advises on competition law, merger control, and EU regulatory matters. He regularly represents clients in dealing with national and EU competition and regulatory authorities. Fynn is a qualified lawyer in Luxembourg and worked for a major international law firm in Brussels prior to joining Arendt.

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Articles

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Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch, Fynn Dewald The Luxembourg Competition Authority publishes a statement regarding the EU Commission’s policy change on article 22 of the EU Merger Regulation

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On 29 april 2021, following the release of the widely commented european commission guidance on art. 22 of the EU merger regulation (eumr), the Luxembourg Competition Council published a statement on the recent policy change. In addition to explaining the key characteristics of the European (...)

Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch, Fynn Dewald The EU Commission publishes guidance on the application of the referral mechanism set out in article 22 of the Merger Regulation to certain categories of cases

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ON 26 MARCH 2021, THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION (THE “COMMISSION”) PUBLISHED “COMMISSION GUIDANCE ON THE APPLICATION OF THE REFERRAL MECHANISM SET OUT IN ARTICLE 22 OF THE MERGER REGULATION TO CERTAIN CATEGORIES OF CASES”. The impact of the document comes close to a paradigm shift for merger control in (...)

Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch, Fynn Dewald The Luxembourg Competition Authority imposes its highest ever fine for retail price maintenance practices (Bahlsen / Auchan / Cactus / Delhaize)

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I. Introduction On 18 November 2020, at the end of an eventful 2020, the Luxembourg Competition Council announced the adoption of “the most important decision that the authority has ever taken, in terms of content and the amount of the penalty”. Indeed, the imposition of an aggregate fine of (...)

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