Angelika Hellweger examines Barcelona FC's bribery trial's impact on sports corruption
Neil Baylis explains the wider implications of the recent ruling by the European Court of Justice
Chris Benson is managing partner of Leigh Day. He talks to Solicitors Journal about building the firm, negative stories in the press and the firm's collective action against UK water companies.
The CMA has cleared Broadcom’s $69 billion purchase of VMware following an in-depth Phase 2 investigation.
An investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority found no issues with UnitedHealth’s proposed £1.2bn purchase of EMIS.
A legal claim has been made against Severn Trent Water, which is accused of abusing its dominant market position by underreporting the extent of pollution discharge and overcharging customers as a result.
The Competition Appeal Tribunal upheld a decision by the Competition and Markets Authority to fine a pharmaceutical manufacturer £84 million for overcharging the NHS.
The court ruled on 25 July that FX Claim UK, a collective action against six banking groups that include Barclays and Citibank, can proceed as ‘opt out’ collective proceedings