Antitrust Antitrust must face dominance-abuse claim in Germany, country's top court rules

By Mario Hilgenfeld
  • 17 May 2021 12:13
  • 17 May 2021 12:13 must face a dominance-abuse lawsuit brought by a German hotel in a domestic court rather than in the Netherlands, Germany's top civil court has said.

Judges at the Bundesgerichtshof have annulled a ruling by an appeal court in Schleswig and referred the case back for a fresh review.

Hotel Wikingerhof, in

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Mario Hilgenfeld

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Mario is a qualified German and EU regulatory lawyer. He holds an MA in EC competition law from King's College London and directs MLex's research and data unit. Mario who previously worked at the Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Germany, works in German, English, French, Dutch and Polish.

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