Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

Chillin’Competition Memes Competition (VI)

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We have received literally hundreds of memes for our competition memes competition. Below you will find the very last selection. For the previous ones see hereherehere and here.

Since we have had a good laught with these, if any of you ever has any brilliant idea about memes related to current events or to our posts, please do send them our way! We will take care of seamlessly integrating them into our posts 😉

A committee of my colleagues will now pick the winner/s. If you have a favorite meme please feel free to say so as a comment to this post; any comments received will be considered in the final assessment.








Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

19 December 2016 at 10:03 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. I don’t get the last post, would anyone care to explain?


    19 December 2016 at 8:13 pm

  2. Hi Pieter, do you mean the last meme? It is quite good, actually! In practice, the Commission does not give parties a copy of the leniency statements it receives (included those done orally and typed by the Commission) but it allows for these to be consulted at the Commission’s premises. What law firms tipically do (I actually did it myself in the air cargo case) is to take a bunch of people to read those documents to a recorder and then process the recording and make transcripts. That way parties can prepare a defence in full knowledge of what the documents say, but they don’t have any actual document which could have evidentiary value before a Court (e.g. in a damages case).

    Alfonso Lamadrid

    20 December 2016 at 4:28 pm

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