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2 September 2021

The European Comission has submitted a revised Draft of the vertical Block Exemption Legislation and vertical Guidelines

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In July 2021, the European Commission proposed a revised draft version of the Vertical Block Exemption Regulation (“VBER”) and a guideline on vertical restraints (“Vertical Guidelines”).

The current VBER and Vertical Guidelines have been in force for 11 years and will expire on 31 May 2022.

A revision of the VBER and the Vertical Guidelines was launched in October 2018, with a particular focus on identifying necessary updates based on the growing online sales and general market changes.

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