Due process and The Reform of Colombia’s Competition Law Regime (II)

Due process and The Reform of Colombia’s Competition Law Regime (II)

By Andrés Palacios Lleras In a previous column published here at CPI, I discussed a press release issued by Colombia’s Constitutional Court regarding the constitutionality of a series of provisions regarding surprise visits and evidence collection. During the press release, which took place on April 10, 2019, the President of the Court stated that the […]

Debido Proceso y la Reforma al Régimen de Competencia Colombia (Parte II)

Por Andrés Palacios Lleras En una columna anterior publicada aquí en CPI, discutí un comunicado de prensa emitido por la Corte Constitucional de Colombia con respecto a la constitucionalidad de unas disposiciones legales que versan sobre las visitas sorpresa y práctica de pruebas que pueden llevar a cabo ciertas entidades administrativas. Durante el comunicado de […]

Due process and the reform of Colombia’s Competition Law Regime

May 2019 Due process and the reform of Colombia’s Competition Law Regime By Andrés Palacios Lleras 1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   Judicial decisions make for excellent gossip On April 10, 2019, Colombia’s Constitutional Court announced a decision regarding due process and the administrative investigations (“Dawn Raids”) conducted by institutions […]

Can Antitrust Policy and Antitrust Authorities help to tackle Inequality?

Can Antitrust Policy and Antitrust Authorities help to tackle Inequality?

March 2019 Can Antitrust Policy and Antitrust Authorities help to tackle Inequality?  – Ismael Beltrán Prado[1] Click here for a PDF version of the article   Inequality causes social resentment and poses a potential risk to economic and social stability, because, among other things, it spreads apart societies. This social rupture can create social malfunctioning […]

¿Puede la Política de Competencia y las Autoridades Antimonopolio Ayudar a Enfrentar la Desigualdad?

¿Puede la Política de Competencia y las Autoridades Antimonopolio Ayudar a Enfrentar la Desigualdad?

Marzo 2019 ¿Puede la Política de Competencia y las Autoridades Antimonopolio Ayudar a Enfrentar la Desigualdad? Por: Ismael Beltrán Prado[1] Click aquí para leer el artículo versión PDF   La desigualdad causa resentimiento social y supone un riesgo potencial para la estabilidad económica y social, pues, entre otros efectos, perjudica la cohesión social. Esta ruptura  […]

The Charter of Paris: Renewing Latin American Authorities’ Commitment to Leniency Programs

The Charter of Paris: Renewing Latin American Authorities’ Commitment to Leniency Programs

January 2019 The Charter of Paris: Renewing Latin American Authorities’ Commitment to Leniency Programs By Carlos Mena-Labarthe Click here for a PDF version of the article Following a long delay, the most developed competition authorities in our región have reacted to the great scandals that have emerged all around the región regarding the use of […]

La Carta de París: Renovado compromiso de agencias latinoamericanas con los programas de clemencia

Enero 2019 La Carta de París: Renovado compromiso de agencias latinoamericanas con los programas de clemencia Por Carlos Mena-Labarthe Click aquí para leer el artículo versión PDF Después de mucho esperar, las agencias de competencia más avanzadas de la región reaccionan a los grandes escándalos que se han venido generando en torno a los programas de […]

“Change in control under Ecuadorean merger control regulation”

“Change in control under Ecuadorean merger control regulation”

By Diego Pérez Ordóñez and Luis Marín Tobar Ecuador is a jurisdiction with a strict merger control regime, with a short 8 calendar day filing deadline, restrictions on closing prior to obtaining regulatory clearance and severe economic and coercive penalties for gun-jumping. Local law, the Organic Law for the Regulation and Control of Market Power […]

A Call to Arms to Protect Latin American Leniency Programs

A Call to Arms to Protect Latin American Leniency Programs

July 2018 A Call to Arms to Protect Latin American Leniency Programs – Carlos Mena-Labarthe, Jaime Barahona, Vinicius Marques de Carvalho and Eduardo Frade1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   In a recent article published by Competition Policy International2, we commented on a monumental competition matter pending before a regional international […]

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