This is the competition law blog of CERHA HEMPEL Dezső and Partners. We regularly publish news, articles and analysis about competition law, written by the members of our law firm. On occasion we give place for other fields of law as well.

Takeaways from the Alza Black Friday HCA decision

The Hungarian Competition Authority (“HCA”) states in its latest decision that the “Black Friday” campaign’s commercial communications by Alza.hu Kft. and Alza.cz a.s. mislead consumers by giving the impression that consumers could get a significant discount of up to...

Presentation of the new book: Antitrust damages actions

CHSH’s Antitrust Law Group would like to cordially invite the readers of this blog to the presentation of a new book that was written by eminent antitrust law experts and edited by CHSH’s staff. The book is published by Wolters Kluwer, and its editor-in-chief is Tamás...

Conference on the Antitrust Law of the Visegrad Four

At the initiative of the Hungarian Competition Authority (HCA), representatives of the competition law communities of the V4+ countries met once again in Budapest yesterday, this time in a conference held under the auspices of Hungary’s V4 Presidency. According to our...

Tibi Kasza got off without fine – but what about the next one?

Even the Hungarian Competition Authority (HCA) pays attention to influencers By now everybody knows that there are “influencers” in social media. In the HCA’s definition, these are people who have the ability to influence the opinion of consumers and share content on...

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