Category Archives: Competition

The UK Government’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (“BIS”) has published a consultation on proposed revisions to the Competition Appeal Tribunal (“CAT”) rules of procedure (the “CAT Rules”). The amendments to CAT Rules have been made in the context of wider competition reforms in the UK and in particular in light of the Consumer … Continue reading The Competition Appeal Tribunal’s power to grant injunctions

Advocate General Wathelet has issued an Opinion to the Court of Justice of the EU in Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd v ZTE Corp., ZTE Deutschland GMBH on whether the proprietor of a standard essential patent (“SEP”) who has informed a standardisation body that he is willing to grant any third party a licence on fair, reasonable … Continue reading Does an injunction application against a patent infringer constitute abuse of a dominant position?

On 5 November 2013, the High Court granted applications for interim injunctions in two cases concerning an alleged refusal to supply “money service businesses” (defined in the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 as “an undertaking which by way of business operates a currency exchange office, transmits money (or any representations of monetary value) by any means … Continue reading Interim injunction granted in refusal to supply case