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EU Intel decision bolsters tech cos.' antitrust defences

September 6, 2017, Law360

Kevin Coates is quoted in a Law360 article regarding the CJEU's decision to send a €1.06 billion abuse-of-dominance fine imposed on Intel back to the lower court for another look. According to Coates, the high court’s decision was more of a criticism of the lower court’s handling of the case than of the commission’s conclusions about the rebates. “It’s really stretching it to say that the Court of Justice has said anything really about the substance of the commission’s decision,” Coates says. “It’s kicked all of that back down to the General Court.”

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