European Commission Final Report on E-Commerce Sector Inquiry

On 10 May 2017, the European Commission published its final report on the e-commerce sector inquiry. The report is divided into two sections, covering e-commerce issues in relation to consumer goods and digital content. It also identifies business practices that might restrict competition and limit consumer choice. It would be advisable for e-commerce businesses to review their commercial practices and revise them as necessary in light of the Commission’s stated aim of targeting e-commerce business practices that may negatively impact the functioning of the Digital Single Market.

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Antoine de Rohan Chabot focuses his practice on corporate, commercial and antitrust matters. Antoine advises large multinationals on international contracts, transportation and logistics issues, distribution agreements and e-commerce cross-border issues, as well as EU/French antitrust cases and compliance programs. Read Antoine de Rohan Chabot's full bio.


Mélanie BruneauMélanie Bruneau
Mélanie Bruneau advises clients from a variety of industrial sectors, including transport, manufacturing, chemicals and IT, on the legal aspects of their business activities, with particular emphasis on regulatory compliance. Read Mélanie Bruneau's full bio.


Wilko van WeertWilko van Weert
Wilko van Weert focuses his practice on EU competition law. He has provided first-class advocacy to corporate clients involved in high-profile international cartel investigations. He has delivered convincing cartel defense analysis and persuasive and vigorous representation of clients' interests before the European Union's enforcement agencies and judiciary. Read Wilko van Weert's full bio.

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