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Competition Law

Analysis - debate - current awareness

06 OCT 2011

The De Minimis Exception: What Happens When Undertakings in Lieu are Available 'in principle'? [2011] Comp Law 220

Considers two contrasting recent cases where the 'in principle' or Dunfermline Press rule has been considered. Looks in particular at the approach the OFT has taken to the upfront buyer requirement where the 'in principle' rule suggests the de minimis exception is not available.
James Webber

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