CASE COMMENTS: CARTELS – EUROPEAN UNION – DERIVATIVE SPORT PRODUCTS – CROSS-BORDER SALES

Fine: The European Commission imposes a fine of €12.5 million on a sports equipment manufacturer for restricting cross-border sales of derivative products (Nike)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. What do Hello Kitty, the Barcelona football club and the films Les Minions and Despicable Me ? The obvious answer, which will not surprise the readers of this column: competition law. Indeed, the derivative products relating to these different brands, marketed respectively by Sanrio, Nike and Universal Studio, were the subject of an in-depth investigation initiated by

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Michel Debroux, Fine: The European Commission imposes a fine of €12.5 million on a sports equipment manufacturer for restricting cross-border sales of derivative products (Nike), 25 March 2019, Concurrences N° 3-2019, Art. N° 91531, pp. 81-82

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