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Intel: Clarification or Contradiction?

Mark Taylor, Jürgen Schindler, The Antitrust Source, December 2017

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In the short time since it was published, much has already been written about the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) Intel judgment, both in the mainstream media and specialist antitrust publications. This is no doubt related to Intel’s prominence as a household name, and the sizeable fine involved. Despite the brevity of the judgment, its 25 pages are a rich source of substantive, jurisdictional, and procedural considerations. This article will set out a brief overview of the jurisdictional and procedural issues considered in the judgment, before tackling the heart of the matter—the Commission’s newly emphasized obligation to consider the effects of allegedly anticompetitive conduct.

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