PaRR Analytics: Increasing interim measure use stirs consequences debate
• Last year’s interim measures over a third of all adopted since 2015
• Should be used in specific cases, not go beyond conduct – lawyers
• Shifting agency attitudes mean use of tool seen to be on the increase
As the use of interim measures in antitrust cases shows a sharp increase, practitioners warn they have limitations and potential consequences for both complainants and agencies.
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