William Allan is a solicitor at the Competition Appeal Tribunal who was a partner of Linklaters for 28 years until April 2010, during which time he specialised in EU and UK competition law. He has also taught competition law as an Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at Cambridge University since 2004.
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Overview In its 2004 decision, the Commission concluded that Microsoft had committed two types of abuse which where both related to the dominant position which it held through Microsoft Windows in the PC operating systems market : first, the Commission held that Microsoft had failed to (...)
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