The EU Commission opens a new front by investigating a possible violation of a standstill obligation under the EU Merger Regulation against a concentration that is below usual EU and national thresholds for review (Grail / Illumina)

On 20 August 2021, the European Commission (the Commission) announced that it would investigate whether Illumina’s decision, made public on 18 August 2021, to acquire Grail pending the Commission’s review of that transaction under Regulation 139/2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (the Merger Regulation) is in breach of the “standstill obligation”

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Michael Clancy, Peter L'Ecluse, Catherine Longeval, Koen T'Syen, The EU Commission opens a new front by investigating a possible violation of a standstill obligation under the EU Merger Regulation against a concentration that is below usual EU and national thresholds for review (Grail / Illumina), 20 August 2021, e-Competitions August 2021, Art. N° 102431

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