The EU Commission publishes a list of issues to consider in the review of the competition rules that apply to distribution agreements

On November 17, we hosted a webinar on distribution and vertical agreements in EU competition law. The aim was to provide a cross-border and multi-jurisdictional perspective on such issues thanks to the participation of distinguished colleagues from Blomstein (Berlin) and Kramer Levin (Paris). We dealt with the ongoing review of the Vertical Block Exemption Regulation (Reg. No. 330/2010, or “VBER”) and related Guidelines of the European Commission (“Commission”) on Vertical Restraints (the “VG”) from both EU and national perspectives (with takeaways from Italy, Germany, and France). The aim of the VBER is to define categories of “vertical agreements” (i.e., agreements between undertakings operating at different levels of the production or distribution chain) that can be automatically

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  • Portolano Cavallo (Milan)

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Enzo Marasà, The EU Commission publishes a list of issues to consider in the review of the competition rules that apply to distribution agreements, 23 October 2020, e-Competitions October 2020, Art. N° 100213

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