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Competition Law

Analysis - debate - current awareness

23 AUG 2012

Ryanair Holdings plc v Aer Lingus Group plc [2012] CAT 21, [2012] CompAR 439

On 27 July 2012, the Tribunal rejected an application made by Ryanair that a decision by the Competition Commission to continue with an investigation into its acquisition of a minority stake in Aer Lingus be quashed or stayed. The Tribunal held that in the present case there was no overlapping jurisdiction with an ongoing EU Commission merger investigation, but rather that there were concurrent jurisdictions over different aspects of a larger whole.

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