Category Archives: Rekabet hukuku

Mayıs 26

“Portakal”ın Suyu Sıkılacak mı?

Gülce Korkmaz, özel hukuk tazminat davalarına dair bir gelişmeden bahsediyor.

Mayıs 25

Yurtdışına satış (ihracat) yasaklarına dair önemli bir karar

İhracat yasaklarına dair Kurul kararı iptal edildi.

WARNİNG FOR BUSİNESS: PROVİDİNG INACCURATE İNFORMATİON TO COMPETİTİON AUTHORİTY MAY BE COSTLY

The recent USD 122 million fine imposed on 18 May 2017 by the European Commission on Facebook for providing inaccurate information about WhatsApp 2014 acquisition serves as a loud reminder for business that non-compliance with any aspect of competition/merger rules – including obligation to provide information – may be rather costly. Background In its notification […]

MAİN COMPETİTİON CONCERNS İN E-COMMERCE SECTOR: HİGHLİGHTS OF THE EC’s FİNAL REPORT

Following a year of e-commerce sector inquiry, on 10 May 2017 the European Commission published its Final report on the e-commerce sector inquiry (“Report”) outlining prevailing market trends and competition concerns linked to e-commerce, ultimately identifying priorities for enforcing the competition rules. Companies that are active in the e-commerce sector may wish to pay a […]

BOOKING.COM: TEMPORARY ACCESS BARRIER IMPOSED BY THE TURKISH COURT ON UNFAIR COMPETITION GROUNDS

On 29 March 2017 Istanbul’s 5th Commercial court of First Instance ruled on temporary suspension of Booking.com’s activities in Turkey on the unfair competition grounds. The Turkish court ruled in favor of Turkish Travel Agencies Association (“TURSAB”), and instructed the Information and Communication Technologies Authority (“BTK”) to freeze Booking.com’s reservation processes/search facilities for hotels in […]

Nisan 14

Meksika telekom devine ayrıştırma kararı

Meksika telekom devine ayrıştırma kararını Gülce Korkmaz anlatıyor.

ONLINE SALES BANS AND ‘LUXURY IMAGE’ JUSTIFICATION: TO BE CLARIFIED BY ECJ

The European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) in a couple of months is expected to deliver its long-awaited guidance on the legality of online sales bans in selective distribution agreements in the EU and their possible justification under the “luxury image” argument. The ruling may shed a light on the permissibility of online sales bans, in […]