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Vertical regulations and dominant firms laws and regulations European Union
De toekomstige verticale groepsvrijstelling wordt voorbereid: geen aardverschuiving op komst, maar toch… (Dutch)
The Private Competition Enforcement Review – 14th edition
Het recht op inzage: krijgt de betrokkene waar voor zijn ‘recht’? (Dutch)

Vertical regulations and dominant firms laws and regulations European Union

Frank Wijckmans - Emmelie Wijckmans, ICLG, 2022

This article in Q&A format guides the reader through the landscape of vertical agreements (distribution and supply relationships) and pays particular attention to the position of dominant firms. The article takes the new European block exemption regulation (Regulation 2022/720) and the new Vertical Guidelines fully on board.

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De toekomstige verticale groepsvrijstelling wordt voorbereid: geen aardverschuiving op komst, maar toch… (Dutch)

Frank Wijckmans - Lise Ryckaert, Competitio, 2021

This article provides an insight into the draft prepared by the European Commission for the new block exemption regulation on vertical agreements. It is particularly helpful to understand the development of the draft towards the definitive texts of Regulation 2022/720 and the new Vertical Guidelines. Some points of criticism reflected in the article have been resolved in the final version of the new legal instruments.

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The Private Competition Enforcement Review – 14th edition

Frank Wijckmans - Maaike Visser - Karolien Francken - Monique Sengelov, Manda Wilson, The Law Reviews, 2021

Based on their experience in private damages cases following Commissions cartel decisions, the authors describe the relevant questions that apply to this type of legal actions. The article is intended to provide pragmatic answers to some the challenges presented by private damages claims.

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Het recht op inzage: krijgt de betrokkene waar voor zijn ‘recht’? (Dutch)

Anouk Focquet - Laura Sente, Tijdschrift Privacy & Persoonsgegevens, 2020

This article addresses one of the key topics of the legislation on data protection, notably the right of individuals to review the data that are being kept on him or her. The contribution deals with the question of whether individuals are getting xhat they are entitled to.

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