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ECJ Intel judgment burdens EC, lends respite to dominant entities

September 6, 2017, PaRR

Kevin Coates is quoted in a PaRR article regarding the CJEU's decision in the Intel abuse-of-dominance case. According to Coates, “When a court says the case law needs clarifying, they are moving on a little." He adds that the CJEU is “moving the dial incrementally” in favour of more economic analysis as compared to the traditional case law of the court going back 40 years.

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