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Rethinking Rebates Policy under EU Competition Law

David Wood and Peter Alexiadis, Gibson Dunn Client Alert, October 2015

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled today in a case concerning rebates and when they fall foul of EU competition law.

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