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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Introducing the Concept of ‘Predatory Entry’ in European Competition Law: The Flybe Case Recently Decided by the Office of Fair Trading in the United Kingdom

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Jeremy Robinson (Bird & Bird) is Introducing the Concept of ‘Predatory Entry’ in European Competition Law: The Flybe Case Recently Decided by the Office of Fair Trading in the United Kingdom.

ABSTRACT: The case raises questions about whether, and in what circumstances, a new entrant can commit predatory pricing, and how it should properly be remedied. The case ended with a “no grounds for action” decision The theory of “predatory entry” is likely to survive for future cases, but should it?

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2011/06/introducing-the-concept-of-predatory-entry-in-european-competition-law-the-flybe-case-recently-decid.html

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