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Interim Measures: An overview of EU and national case law

Alec Burnside is a partner and Adam Kidane a senior associate in the Brussels office of Dechert LLP. The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Clemens Graf York von Wartenburg, Thirith von Döhren, Raimbaut Lacoeuilhe and Delphine Strohl in the preparation of this foreword. 1. Introduction Interim measures are among the most powerful enforcement tools that are available to antitrust regulators in the European Union (“EU”). Pending the outcome of investigations, which typically run into several years, interim measures can be used to ensure that effective competition is maintained, and irreparable damage that is incapable of being remedied is averted [1]. For instance, in dynamic markets with rapidly evolving technologies, there may be an acute risk that a competition law

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Alec J. Burnside, Adam Kidane, Interim Measures: An overview of EU and national case law, 7 June 2018, e-Competitions Interim measures, Art. N° 86718

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