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Summer 2015, Volume 7, Number 1

Antitrust Chronicle - Antitrust & Procedural Fairness July 2015 I

Antitrust Chronicle – Antitrust & Procedural Fairness

Procedural fairness has become an increasingly important part of the international dialogue on competition law enforcement and is indispensable for any institution and its legitimacy. In this issue, we look at the International Competition Network (“ICN”) guidelines on fairness in investigative process, the investigative process and principles adopted in the U.S., see how the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission manages its processes such that it has become a beacon of fairness and transparency over the last 40 years, how the EU is grappling with human rights arguments in investigations, how the Japanese and Taiwanese authorities address concerns regarding procedural fairness in their dispensations.

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