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EU’s Top Court Rules That Blanket Ban on Access to Leniency Documents is not Permitted

by Philipp Werner and David Henry

The European Union’s top court rules that a national law which requires the consent of all parties before access to the file is given to third-party antitrust damages claimants is incompatible with EU law; a national court must be able to decide on disclosure weighing up the interests in doing so.

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An RMB 150-Million Litigation in China for the Abuse of a Dominant Market Position

by Henry L.T. Chen and Frank Schoneveld

Recently, the High People’s Court of Guangdong held a public hearing for a high-profile lawsuit involving two software giants and alleged abuse of a dominant market position.  This is the first anti-monopoly case accepted by the court, and the claimed amount is RMB 150 million (approximately US$23.8 million).  With few judicial precedents in China, this case will be watched closely, and its outcome is expected to have far-reaching implications.

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