• Federal judge rejects settlement in privacy class action against Google #Google #Antitrust

  • Federal judge rejects Apple's request for injunction against Samsung #Samsung #Apple #Patents

  • Judge to approve eBay settlement with California over employee no-poach agreement #Ebay #Antitrust

  • Mobile broadband should get 700MHz band by 2022, Lamy recommends #Finance #Spectrum #Telecoms

  • Renewable heat needs global investments, IEA says #IEA #Energy

  • Early Russian gas deal needed before winter, EU energy chief says #EU #Russia

  • CFTC, EU near initial-margin accord for clearinghouse recognition #CFTC #EU #finance

  • Derivatives clearing could widen to more currencies, ESRB says #Derivatives #Finance

  • UK account charges in spotlight after court awards payout to Lloyds customer #Lloyds #antitrust

  • EU bank levies will land heavier on bigger banks, Barnier says #Barnier #EU #Banks #regulation

  • Complaint over Google news snippets rejected in Germany #Germany #EU

  • Intel challenges EU court ruling in chip-rebate case #Intel #EU

  • Chinese sweetener imports face EU dumping probe #China #EU #Trade

  • EU to probe Chinese aid to electrical-steel exporters #China #Trade #EU

  • Credit ratings stay key for EU money funds, despite bid to cut reliance #EU #Finance

  • Foreign-exchange sector urges wider window for benchmark calculation #EU #Finance #Regulation

  • EU court to probe whether web-video news site is subject to media rules #EU #Media #Television

  • UK watchdog defends practice of making bankers accountable #Banks #UK #Finance

  • Sweden weighs overhaul of telephony routing #Sweden #Telecoms #EU

  • Luxembourg broadband rule may choke competition, EU warns #Antitrust #EU #Telecoms


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MLex is a global news organization that specializes in predictive analysis of regulatory risk. Our expert journalists in LondonNew York, Washington D.C., San Francisco and Brussels track material changes in laws that affect business, commerce and trade. By breaking news and dissecting trends, we help companies and their advisers to anticipate critical regulatory decisions and events.

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