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Interpretation of the Remedy in the Google Shopping Decision and Its Consequences journal article

Marek Krzysztof Kolasiński

European Competition and Regulatory Law Review, Volume 4 (2020), Issue 1, Page 4 - 11

The Google Shopping decision has been one of the most important competition law-related rulings globally in recent years. The characterisation of the conduct which was considered anticompetitive is particularly widely commented. Another issue which deserves special attention is the remedy ordered by the decision. The assessment of Google`s response towards the Commission’s requirements can have material influence upon the development of vertical search engine markets and creates much controversy. Keywords: Google; remedy; search engine; CSS


International Skating Union's Eligibility Rules: Participation in Unauthorised Events as a Reason for Excluding Athletes from Sports Competitions by Leading Sport Federations journal article

Marek Krzysztof Kolasiński

European Competition and Regulatory Law Review, Volume 3 (2019), Issue 1, Page 57 - 62

Case AT.40208 International Skating Union's Eligibility Rules, Decision of the European Commission of 8 December 2017 In the vast majority of crucial sports in Europe there is only one leading association, which usually faces no or almost no competition in the area of the sport. Nevertheless, occasionally some attempts at introducing new, independent events are taken. The European Commission in its decision in Case AT.40208 – International Skating Union's Eligibility Rules of 8 December 2017 has examined the legality of the leading sport entities practices aiming to suppress alternative events.

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