RBB Economics provides independent, expert economic advice on all aspects of competition law. We combine intellectual rigour with practical knowledge and technical economic skills to deliver analysis that is robust, clear and effective.
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RBB Economics provides independent, expert economic advice on all aspects of competition law.
We combine intellectual rigour with practical knowledge and technical economic skills to deliver analysis that is robust, clear and effective.
Webinar highlights: Economic Analysis and the Competition and Markets Authority’s New Merger Assessment Guidelines
On 2 June 2021, RBB Economics held a webinar to discuss the new Merger Assessment Guidelines (MAGs) released by the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). Simon Bishop held a Q&A session with Mike Walker, which was followed by a...
Read more (July 2021)
No Penalty for TasPorts in the ACCC’s first case under the new misuse of market power test
TasPorts is the owner and operator of the majority of ports in Tasmania, and the sole supplier of towage and pilotage services at all major ports on the island. In its Concise Statement to the Federal Court of Australia, the ACCC alleged...
Read more (May 2021)
The EC clears EssilorLuxottica/GrandVision, subject to conditions
The European Commission has conditionally approved EssilorLuxottica’s acquisition of GrandVision, after a Phase II review. EssilorLuxottica is a global manufacturer of spectacle frames, sunglasses, and ophthalmic lenses, and it owns...
Read more (March 2021)