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Dominance & Monopolization Research Program: An overview of EU and national case law

1. Introduction 1.1 The number of jurisdictions across the globe with a competition law regime has increased dramatically over the last couple of decades and many of these regimes include rules on abuse of dominance. [1] Competition agencies in jurisdictions with long-established antitrust regimes (such as the EU, UK and US) have used these rules to impose significant fines on firms with a dominant market position. Enforcement has also picked up in jurisdictions with more recent regimes, such as China. 1.2 This is a foreword to a database of commentary on decisional practice and case law in the area of abuse of dominance covering over 35 sectors, including pharmaceuticals, transport, utilities, distribution/retail, information technology and online platforms. The focus of the

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  • Slaughter and May (London)
  • Slaughter and May (London)

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Claire Jeffs, Nele Dhondt, Dominance & Monopolization Research Program: An overview of EU and national case law, 25 June 2020, e-Competitions Dominance Research Program, Art. N° 93722

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