Anthony Dawes

DG COMP (Brussels)
Lawyer (European Commission)

Anthony Dawes (European Commission, Brussels) : Since December 2011, Anthony Dawes is a member of the Legal Service of the European Commission. Previously, he was an associate at White & Case LLP Brussels from September 2007 to November 2011.

Auteurs associés

Liège University
White & Case (Brussels)
French Competition Authority (Paris)
Van Bael & Bellis (Brussels)
General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
White & Case (Brussels)
University Aix-Marseille
University Aix-Marseille

Articles

29405 Bulletin

Anthony Dawes The English High Court refuses to make a reference to the CJEU concerning the circumstances in which an court can make a declaration of non-liability for breach of Art. 101 TFEU where a company is the subject of an ongoing European Commission investigation (Conex Banninger / European Commission)

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The English High Court (Floyd J) refuses to make a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘ECJ’) concerning the circumstances in which an English court can make a declaration of non-liability for breach of Article 101 TFEU where a company is the subject of an ongoing European (...)

Anthony Dawes The High Court of England and Wales declines to issue a stay against a damage claim brought by tyre manufacturers seeking redress from members of an alleged Butadiene Rubber and Emulsion Styrene Butadiene Rubber cartel (Cooper Tire & Rubber Company and others / Shell Chemicals UK Limited and others)

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The High Court of England and Wales has declined to issue a stay against a damage claim brought by tyre manufactures seeking redress from members of an alleged Butadiene Rubber and Emulsion Styrene Butadiene Rubber cartel. Background The damage claim brought by the tyre manufacturers follows (...)

Anthony Dawes The UK Court of Appeal upholds a judgment that a co-operative JV between certain racecourse owners for the supply of images, sound and data to licensed betting offices in respect of horse races held at their racecourses does not infringe Art. 81 EC (Bookmakers’ Afternoon Greyhound Services / Amalgamated Racing)

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The Court of Appeal of England & Wales has upheld a High Court judgment that a co-operative joint venture between certain racecourse owners for the supply of images, sound and data to licensed betting offices in the United Kingdom in respect of horse races held at their racecourses is not (...)

Anthony Dawes The English High Court strikes out a representative claim brought on behalf of “all other direct or indirect purchasers of air freight services”, refusing to stretch the scope of the English civil procedure rules in order to encourage the bringing of private damages actions (Emerald Supplies & ANR / British Airways)

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In striking out a representative claim brought on behalf of “all other direct or indirect purchasers of air freight services”, the English High Court has refused to stretch the scope of the English civil procedure rules in order to facilitate the bringing of such damages actions. Background The (...)

Anthony Dawes The UK Office of Fair Trading publishes revised leniency guidance for businesses and individuals that come forward with information about their involvement in a cartel (Leniency and no-action : OFT’s guidance note on the handling of applications)

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Introduction In December 2008, the UK Office of Fair Trading (“OFT”) published revised guidance (“the Guidance”) for undertakings and individuals that are contemplating applying for leniency in cartel cases , which sets out the OFT’s position on a number of important leniency-related issues. (...)

Anthony Dawes The High Court of England and Wales refers questions to the ECJ regarding whether the prohibition on the use of foreign satellite decoder equipment and cards in the UK infringes, inter alia, Art. 81 EC (Football Association Premier League / QC Leisure)

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In two separate cases involving the same claimant, the High Court of England and Wales has referred questions to the European Court of Justice regarding whether the prohibition on the use of foreign satellite decoder equipment and cards in the UK infringes, inter alia, Article 81 EC. (...)

Anthony Dawes The UK High Court considers whether a no-challenge provision in a patent settlement agreement is unenforceable on the basis that it was in breach of Art. 81 EC (Knorr-Bremse Systems / Haldex Brake)

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In the context of a ruling on jurisdiction, which determined that a UK company is not bound by the terms of a German settlement agreement relating to a patent dispute, the English High Court considers, without deciding the issue, whether a no-challenge provision in a patent settlement agreement (...)

Anthony Dawes The UK High Court finds that following an infringement decision by the European Commission, the appropriate claim is for compensatory and not exemplary or restitutionary damages (Devenish Nutrition / Sanofi-Aventis)

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The High Court’s judgment is the first time that an English court has to consider what type of damages can be obtained in claims following from an infringement decision by the European Commission in competition cases. According to the judgment, a claimant is only entitled to compensatory damages (...)

Anthony Dawes The UK Court of Appeal upholds the High Court’s finding that following an infringement decision by the European Commission, the appropriate claim is for compensatory and not restitutionary damages (Devenish Nutrition / Sanofi-Aventis)

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The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has ruled that restitutionary damages are not generally available in antitrust cases and that, in most cases, compensatory damages provide adequate remedies. Background In 2001, the European Commission adopted a decision finding that a number of (...)

Anthony Dawes The UK Competition Authority issues interim measures direction pending completion of investigation for alleged predatory pricing and exclusionary price discrimination of the London Metal Exchange (LME)

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The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has issued an interim measures direction to the London Metal Exchange (LME) under section 35 of the Competition Act 1998. This is the first time that the OFT has employed these powers. The interim measures direction prevents LME from extending the trading hours (...)

6084 Revue

Anthony Dawes, Ben Holles De Peyer, David Bosco, Francisco Enrique González-Díaz, Jean-Philippe Christienne, Nicolas Von Lingen, Thierry De Bovis, Thomas Perroud La pleine juridiction du juge de l’Union sur les décisions de la Commission

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Le contrôle juridictionnel que le juge de l’Union exerce sur les décisions de la Commission suscite une jurisprudence nourrie. Ce Tendances propose d’éclaircir les principales difficultés que la notion de “pleine juridiction” pose en droit de l’Union, au plan du standard de contrôle auquel sont soumises (...)

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