Competition law applies horizontally in all sectors, in addition to sector-specific regulation. The rise of the digital economy is challenging traditional competition law approaches.
Cullen International’s Competition Law service combines unbiased alerts and reports with a structured database of more than 350 English language summaries of national and EU antitrust and merger control cases, organised by country, authority, theme and sector.
Stay tuned over the next weeks for our coverage of five intriguing pending cases that you may not have known about!
Case 3: Drawing the line between cooperation and collusion
In the EU, network sharing is encouraged by law and regulation, including because it may lead to a more efficient use of resources and increased network coverage.
Nevertheless, sharing is subject to competition law scrutiny as it may result in anticompetitive coordination between competitors.
In our third highlighted case, the Hungarian competition authority is investigating whether the spectrum lease agreement between the Hungarian incumbent, Magyar Telekom, and the second biggest Hungarian mobile network operator, Telenor Hungary, complies with competition rules.
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14 August 19
New benchmark on upcoming and ongoing spectrum awards in the Americas
Cullen International's new benchmark provides an overview on upcoming and ongoing spectrum award in the Americas.
13 August 19
Legislation Navigator updated with the European postal legislation
Cullen International has updated its Legislation Navigator to add the two key pieces of European postal legislation: the consolidated text of the Postal Services Directive (incorporating the amendments made in 2002 and 2008 to the original 1997 text) and the 2018 Regulation on cross-border parcel delivery services.
30 July 19
New benchmark on number portability regimes in the Americas
Cullen International’s new benchmark provides an overview of the mobile and fixed number portability regimes, and their implementation across the Americas.