Abusive behaviour

Abusive behaviour guidance:

ARCHIVED–this archived practice note provides information on EU competition law and big data and algorithms and reflects the position at the date of publication (11...

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Intellectual Property Rights (‘IPRs’) enable their owner to exclude third parties from use of the relevant protected subject matter. Excluding, or threatening to exclude,...

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Predatory pricing is a well recognised ‘exclusionary’ abuse under Article 102 TFEU—conduct engaged in by a dominant undertaking which specifically targets competitors and...

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The analysis of the circumstances in which a dominant company may grant rebates to its customers to encourage them to purchase from it is one of the most complex and...

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The 'essential facilities’ doctrine states that the refusal by a dominant company to grant assess to an essential facility that it controls constitutes an abuse of a...

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Margin squeeze is an example of ‘exclusionary' conduct that targets competitors with the aim of eliminating or weakening their position as viable rivals—either by forcing...

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In the EU, unilateral or ‘dominant’ firm conduct is governed by Article 102 TFEU. In particular, Article 102 TFEU prohibits undertakings that (individually or...

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Tying and bundling have largely been addressed under EU competition law in the context of abuse of dominance. Tying is specifically mentioned in Article 102(d) TFEU as...

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