×
216
Fashion Jobs
PAUL SMITH
Junior Art Director - Japan
Permanent · TOKYO
360 TALENT LONDON
Senior Sales Executive
Permanent · LONDON
PAUL SMITH
Franchise Regional Executive
Permanent · LONDON
CONFIDENTIAL
Kidswear Area Manager - UK Market
Permanent · LONDON
BURBERRY
Retail Training Manager Emeia
Permanent · LONDON
CALZEDONIA GROUP
Key Holder
Permanent · LONDON
DR MARTENS - AIRWAIR INTERNATIONAL
Footwear Purchasing And Planning Aid
Permanent · WOLLASTON
HOMEGOODS
Loss Prevention Detective
Permanent · Edina
THORNAES FASHION MARKETING CONSULTING
Sales And Marketing Internship
Internship · LONDON
RECRUTEMENT@DEFURSAC.FR
Store Manager H/F
Permanent · LONDON
RECRUTEMENT@DEFURSAC.FR
Sales Assistant H/F
Permanent · LONDON
MARIA TASH LIMITED
Stock Associate
Permanent · LONDON
BEUNICA
Ecommerce Intern (Sustainable Luxury Platform)
Internship · LONDON
MAJE
Sales Assistant, Part Time (16Hrs) - Brompton Road, London
Permanent · LONDRES
OUKA LONDON LTD
Design Internship(Allowance)
Internship · LONDON
OUKA LONDON LTD
E-Commerce Assistant(Allowance)
Internship · LONDON
ROGER VIVIER
Sales Assistant Full Time - Boutique New Bond Street
Fixed-term · LONDON
ECLAT COSMETICS LTD
E-Commerce Sales Internship
Internship · LONDON
BURBERRY
Cad Lead - Menswear
Permanent · LONDON
CHRISTIAN DIOR COUTURE
UK Retail Merchandising Intern
Internship · LONDON
THE KOOPLES
Full Time Sales Assistant - Selfridges Women London
Fixed-term · LONDON
THE KOOPLES
Part - Time Sales Assistant 30 Hours - Bath
Permanent · BATH
Advertisements
Published
Oct 15, 2019
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Google's fight against EU antitrust fine to be heard February 12-14 at EU court

Published
Oct 15, 2019

Alphabet unit Google’s fight against a 2.4-billion-euro EU antitrust fine will be played out over three days in February 2020 at Europe’s second-highest court, according to parties involved in the case.


Reuters


The Luxembourg-based General Court will hear arguments from Google and a tech lobbying group backing its appeal while the European Commission will be supported by Germany and eight companies.

The hearing is scheduled for Feb. 12-14, said Richard Stables, chief executive of British price comparison site Kelkoo, which is on the EU competition enforcer’s side.

Lawyer Thomas Hoeppner, who is advising three other parties on the EU side, also confirmed the dates.

Two years ago, the Commission accused Google of favoring its own price comparison shopping service, hitting it with the hefty fine as well as an order to stop its anti-competitive business practices and create a level playing field for rivals.

Google subsequently took its case to the General Court, one of three appeals against three separate EU antitrust decisions.

Groups supporting the Commission are European consumer group BEUC, British price comparison shopping site Foundem which triggered the EU investigation with its complaint, French price comparison site Twenga, German publishing groups VDZ and BDZV, EFTA (European Free Trade Association) and German publisher Axel Springer’s price comparison fashion site Visual Meta.

The case is T‑612/17 Google v European Commission.

Copyright © 2021 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.