Ireland behavioural investigations—closed cases tracker
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Last updated on 16/09/2020

The following Competition practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Ireland behavioural investigations—closed cases tracker
  • 2021
  • 2020
  • 2020
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015

Ireland behavioural investigations—closed cases tracker

This table summarises all completed investigations by Ireland’s competition authority (the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission—CCPC) into alleged cartels, anti-competitive agreements and abuses of dominant positions (Articles 101/102 TFEU and national equivalents) since 2015.

Note—only investigations that have been made public are included in this table.

2021

Investigations under Article 101 TFEU/Section 4 of the Competition Act 2002

Case name, companies under investigation and industryIssuesDevelopments
The CCPC did not issue any decisions under Article 101/s4 in 2021

Investigations under Article 102 TFEU/Sections 5-7 of the Competition Act 2002

Case name, companies under investigation and industryIssuesDevelopments
The CCPC did not issue any decisions under Article 102/s5 in 2021

2020

Investigations under Article 101 TFEU/Section 4 of the Competition Act 2002

Case name, companies under investigation and industryIssuesDevelopments
The CCPC did not issue any decisions under Article 101/s4 in 2020

Investigations under Article 102 TFEU/Sections 5-7 of the Competition Act 2002

Case name, companies under investigation and industryIssuesDevelopments
Ticketing services
• Ticketmaster Ireland (Ticketmaster)

Concerns Ticketmaster abused its dominant position by entering into long-term contracts which hindered the ability of venues and live event organisers to work with any other ticketing services provider

• Commitments accepted—19/11/2021

2020

Investigations under Article 101 TFEU/Section 4 of the Competition

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