NOV-13(1)

RPM is one of the hottest areas of competition law in the world. In our last issue we looked at a Chinese landmark casand started our global review, moving on to SE Asia, Australia, South Africa, and Brazil. In this issue, we’re checking in on Europe, where the EU seems to be mostly deferring to the Nation States (who largely prefer a per se approach); the United States, which is still looking at a state- and academic-rebellion against Leegin‘s installation of the rule of reason; and Canada, which has seemingly (and wisely?) decided to make the whole question a non-priority.

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