Competition law compliance
The CMA accepted Google's commitments to address competition concerns over its Privacy Sandbox proposals, but it's important we get this right. If you have views on our approach to both monitor and assess the effectiveness of the proposals, we want to hear from you.
The Department for Education (DfE) has published statutory guidance to schools on school uniform policy. My son’s school newsletter recently delivered the shock news that school photographs would be the following week. As proud parents we were looking forward to …
In recent years, we’ve fined a total of £67m across 5 competition law cases in the construction industry. Read this blog on why it’s important to comply with the law.
Many forms of collaboration between businesses for the achievement of sustainability goals are unlikely to raise any competition issues. However, it’s important that businesses working together on environmental initiatives fully understand how competition law applies.
A recent case in the healthcare sector has prompted the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to remind private hospital groups and the consultants they work with, that involvement in anti-competitive agreements is against the law and carries serious consequences.
Find out more about how the CMA is looking to harness the power of online price monitoring to help detect suspicious online activity and protect customers.
If you suspect a business is engaging in anti-competitive behaviour by colluding with its rivals, you might think it’s not your problem but find out why anti-competitive practices are everyone's concern.
When investigating mergers or specific industries, we look to see if there are any competition problems that could lead to people paying higher prices or not having a good enough range of options to choose from. If we’re concerned people …
If you’re a business owner or a company director, it’s your responsibility to ensure that your business complies with competition law. If your business colludes with others to engage in price fixing, market sharing or bid rigging, here’s what can happen.
Healthy competition between suppliers is good for businesses and customers alike. But sometimes suppliers get together and collude. In this blog I'll be covering why that's bad for business.