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BY AGREEING NOT TO PAY PLAYERS’ SALARIES LITHUANIAN BASKETBALL LEAGUE AND ITS CLUBS INFRINGED COMPETITION LAW
18 11 2021

The Lithuanian competition authority Konkurencijos taryba found that the Lithuanian Basketball League ( Lietuvos krepšinio lyga – LKL) and 10 basketball clubs concluded an anti-competitive agreement when they decided not to pay basketball players salaries or other financial remuneration for the rest of the season after the termination of the...

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KONKURENCIJOS TARYBA TERMINATES INFRINGEMENT PROCEEDINGS IN BIOFUEL MARKET
04 11 2021

The Lithuanian competition authority Konkurencijos taryba has decided to close the infringement proceedings into an alleged anti-competitive agreement between the firms Vilniaus energija and Bionovus (its successor was First Opportunity , a company registered in Estonia and later liquidated), in the biofuel market.

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HEADS OF BALTIC COMPETITION AUTHORITIES DISCUSSED JOINT PROJECTS, POSSIBLE MARKET ANALYSIS AND STUDIES
10 09 2021

On September 10, the management of the Baltic competition authorities met in Riga to discuss current competition law issues in the Baltic States and discuss cooperation, joint projects, and possible market analysis and studies.

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LITHUANIAN COMPETITION AUTHORITY TERMINATES INVESTIGATION INTO SUSPECTED BID-RIGGING
03 06 2021

The Lithuanian competition authority Konkurencijos taryba decided to terminate an investigation into the compliance of actions of undertakings involved in public procurements for the construction and reconstruction of quays and other objects with the Law on Competition and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.

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BALTIC COMPETITION CONFERENCE: FROM DIGITAL BUSINESS MODELS TO INCENTIVES FOR DAMAGE ACTIONS 
20 05 2021

With the numbers of companies moving their businesses online growing, the problems related to digital markets are becoming increasingly relevant for national competition authorities. It is a task for each competition authority to continuously strengthen its investigative capacities and technological skills, as well as develop close cooperation...

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SUPREME ADMINISTRATIVE COURT OF LITHUANIA: PROTECTION OF LEGAL PROFESSIONAL PRIVILEGE IS NOT ABSOLUTE
10 05 2021

The Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania (Court) rejected the appeal of the company AV investicija and left unchanged the ruling of the court of first instance declaring that the Lithuanian competition authority was right in not applying the protection of legal professional privilege (LPP) to correspondence between two companies and their...

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BALTIC COMPETITION CONFERENCE 2021: CHALLENGES OF DIGITALISATION, DAMAGE CLAIMS AND COMPETITION IMPACT ASSESSMENT
29 04 2021

The Lithuanian Competition Council is organising a traditional Baltic competition conference, which will take place on 18 May 2021 , and invites competition law practitioners, businesses, public sector and academic community for a discussion on the role of small competition authorities in investigating digital markets, developments and...

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SUPREME ADMINISTRATIVE COURT OF LITHUANIA UPHOLDS COMPETITION AUTHORITY’S DECISION ON DRIVING SCHOOLS' CARTELS
25 03 2021

Driving schools and the Lithuanian association of driving schools (Association) which agreed to set prices of driving services for consumers will not avoid sanctions for cartel agreements. The Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania (Court), which partially amended the judgment of the court of first instance, reduced the fines only for two...

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CARTELIST OF RADIOACTIVE SCRAP METAL AUCTION WILL HAVE TO PAY IMPOSED FINE
15 01 2021

The Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania (Court) rejected the appeal by the German company Sypra  which participated in the radioactive scrap metal auction conducted by Ignalina nuclear power plant and concluded a cartel. The Court did not reduce the fine imposed on the company by the Lithuanian competition authority.

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BY RESTRICTING COMPETITION BETWEEN NOTARIES, MINISTRY OF JUSTICE PREVENTS CONSUMERS FROM PAYING LESS FOR SERVICES
08 12 2020

The Lithuanian competition authority Konkurencijos taryba has found the fixed and minimum rates of notary fees approved by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania to restrict the ability of notaries to compete on prices. Having failed to ensure the freedom of fair competition, the Ministry of Justice received a fine of EUR 43,000...

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