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Leading Internet Case Law

COMPETITION: Important preliminary judgments in abuse of dominance case

Unlockd v. Google (interim relief) 9/5/18 Ch D (unreported) and Unlockd v. Google [2018] EWHC 1363 (Ch)

Early skirmishes in an important abuse of dominance case relating to app developers and mobile platforms reveal little significance as to the strength of the arguments but much crucial importance in the questions being put to the Court as regards the future of these markets. Two important preliminary judgments in Unlockdís battle with Google provide some insights into this important case, which will continue despite Unlockdís move into voluntary administration following the judgments.

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