Archive | June 2017

The Law Society: on course for future breaches of UK competition law?

By Diana Johnson, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England

Case 1249/5/7/16 Socrates Training Limited v The Law Society of England and Wales [2017] CAT 10, 26 May 2017

The Law Society of England and Wales has been successfully sued by a provider of online training, Socrates Training Limited for breach of both the Chapter I and II prohibitions of the Competition Act 1998. Read More…

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