On June 30, 2022, the European Parliament (EP) and the Council announced that they had reached a provisional political agreement on the EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR).

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Success comes with a price. As of July 1, 2022, influencers with more than 500,000 followers (“Major Influencers”) will be under Dutch Media Authority (Commissariaat van de Media)
Continue Reading Major Influencers Under the Loupe – Dutch Media Authority Publishes New Policy Rule Effective July 1

On 10 May 2022, the European Commission adopted the long-awaited new Vertical Block Exemption Regulation (VBER) and the new accompanying Vertical Guidelines (Guidelines). The VBER entered into force on 1
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The June 2022 issue of Greenberg Traurig’s Competition Currents is out, highlighting significant developments in global antitrust and competition law for clients and colleagues.

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On May 17, 2022, the European Commission (Commission) announced it had conducted so-called “dawn raids” (i.e., unannounced inspections) at multiple undisclosed companies in the fashion industry in several European Union
Continue Reading European Commission Raids Fashion Companies Over Anti-Competitive Concerns

To make it easier to investigate, prosecute, and punish violations of restrictive measures in all EU Member States, on May 25, 2022, the European Commission (Commission) proposed making the violation
Continue Reading European Commission Proposes Criminalizing Economic Sanctions Violations and Bolsters Asset Recovery Measures

Imagine this: what if Dutch Formula-1 racecar driver Max Verstappen would deliver your groceries? That would be something, right? Although – according to a 2016 commercial – when doing so,
Continue Reading “Under Dutch law, a lookalike in a commercial may be a so-called portrait that the person portrayed may be able to resist”: Supreme Court of the Netherlands