Update – more cats in bags
Further to my post this morning, the CAT’s website has just been updated with a new judgment on confidentiality, Ryanair Holdings plc v Competition Commission  CAT 25. The Tribunal has ruled, in the context of a challenge to the CC’s decision requiring Ryanair to divest itself of the large part of its minority stake… Continue reading
Cats, bags, rings and rooms: the problem of confidentiality
Dealing with confidential information in competition cases can be tricky. The CAT’s recent judgment in BMI Healthcare and others v Competition Commission  CAT 241 provides some help. The core problem of confidentiality in the context of competition law is that many of the arguments deployed by litigants and regulators rely upon information which is… Continue reading
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