HomeAntitrust Chronicle 2014Spring 2014, Volume 3, Number 2

Spring 2014, Volume 3, Number 2

Antitrust Chronicle - Antitrust perspectives from Canada March 2014 II

Antitrust Chronicle – Antitrust perspectives from Canada

Canada may have the oldest existing competition law in the world, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t facing modern problems that can provide lessons for the rest of us. Mark Katz has organized a survey of some of these problems in this CPI issue where the authors discuss several issues including the implications of the Tervita case (now on appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada), which will address the analytical framework to be applied when a merger is alleged to “prevent” competition substantially in a relevant market, assessing the Competition Bureau’s recent foray into a case involving “product hopping” in the pharmaceutical industry and exploring what this could mean for future enforcement in the (still) cutting edge intersection of intellectual property and competition law, appraising from an economist’s perspective the Canadian government’s recent proposal to use competition law to combat what many Canadians perceive to be “unjustified” cross-border price discrimination.

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