The door is now open to some kinds of corporate activity with very few checks. Scrutiny by the court is good, but one consequence is that you almost have the death of control over mergers.
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Antitrust breaches in the U.S. are seen as immoral, whereas in Europe it has been part of doing business.
The typical experience with hearings is that they are set piece theatre. You have a sense this is really a foregone conclusion and they're just going through the motions.
The basic policy is to identify high-profile candidates.
Law is of limited use in the immediate future. A key issue is whether diplomacy will prevail, because without that there is a threat to the whole European project.