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 administrative institutions in charge of conducting such visits and collecting evidence had to follow strictly the procedures established in the codes of civil and administrative procedure. This announcement was well received by the local comp…

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