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In brief

After being postponed twice, the European Commission (Commission) published its draft Digital Markets Act (DMA) on 15th December 2020, in revised form — the EU’s Regulatory Scrutiny Board having objected to earlier iterations. The DMA takes the form of a regulation as the Commission seeks to ensure maximum alignment among Member States. The proposed “Digital Services Act” (DSA ) was published on the same day.


You can download and read our in-depth guide to the DMA via the link below.

The EU Digital Markets Act: new rules for platforms Download

We have also provided a comprehensive guide to the Digital Services Act (DSA) which can be read here.

Author

Paul Johnson is an of counsel in Baker McKenzie Brussels’ European & Competition Law Practice. He is an English qualified solicitor and has been practicing in Brussels and the UK for over 10 years. Before joining the Firm, Mr. Johnson worked as a technical specialist in the Competition Department of the UK Financial Conduct Authority. He also worked in private practice in Brussels and London, representing clients on numerous high-profile cases before the European Commission and national competition authorities and regulators around the world.

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Laura Philippou is a senior associate in the EU, Competition & Trade Practice of Baker & McKenzie's London office. She advises across competition, anti-bribery, trade and other regulatory regimes. She qualified in 2012.