The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published a number of technical notices setting out the status of antitrust cases and mergers in a “no deal” scenario. These are particularly helpful and relatively clear for antitrust cases and mergers that have already been notified to the European Commission (EC) but where the EC is yet to take a formal decision. It is, of course, possible that the interpretation of the notices will be the subject of litigation but the attempt to give certainty is to be welcomed. More information here.
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