The Danish Parliament adopts amendments to its national competition act

On 29 April 2010 the Danish Parliament adopted amendments to the Danish Competition Act, the three most important being: (i) a significant lowering of the merger control threshold and amendments to the notification procedure; (ii) removal of the de minimis rule in relation to certain anticompetitive agreements; and (iii) allowing the Ombudsman to act as the group representative in a class action. Introduction The last substantive amendment of the Danish Competition Act ("the Act") occurred in 2007 [1]. On 29 April 2010 the Danish Parliament adopted amendments to the Act. The three most important

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  • Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (Copenhagen)

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Jacob Borum, The Danish Parliament adopts amendments to its national competition act, 29 April 2010, e-Competitions April 2010, Art. N° 31476

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