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Competition Law in Latin America Is Facing New Challenges

Competition Law in Latin America Is Facing New Challenges

By Julián Peña1   In recent years, the Latin America region has seen and will continue to see a process that has brought big changes. Competition...
Breaking Up Firms

Breaking Up Firms

By John Kwoka & Tommaso Valletti1   I. Introduction Many features of antitrust policy continue to reflect strongly held priors rather than good economics and evidence. For...
The Monaco Memo: What Could It Mean for Criminal Antitrust Enforcement?

The Monaco Memo: What Could It Mean for Criminal Antitrust Enforcement?

By Ann O’Brien, Brent Snyder & Sean Sandoloski1   Deputy Attorney General (“DAG”) Lisa Monaco recently delivered remarks at the ABA’s National Institute on White Collar...
Canadian Competition Policy Should Not Be Determined by U.S. Antitrust Enforcement

Skating on Thin Ice: Why Canadian Competition Policy Should Not Be...

By Navin Joneja & Matthew Prior1   The Biden Administration’s approach to aggressive antitrust enforcement is by now well documented, and serves as a stark reminder...
Antitrust Compliance and the Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act By Jennifer M. Dixton, Rebecca D. Ryan & Anthony Rosa

Antitrust Compliance and the Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act

The Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act of 2019 (“CAARA”) provides protections for employees, contractors, and agents who notify their employers or the federal government of...
Competition Law Compliance: Ten Key Points for Agencies and Compliance Professionals to Consider By Paul Lugard & Anne Riley

Competition Law Compliance: Ten Key Points for Agencies and Compliance Professionals...

In this contribution, the authors, Anne Riley, former Head of Royal Dutch Shell’s global antitrust group, and Paul Lugard, (Baker Botts (Belgium) LLP, provide...
Antitrust Compliance: Have You Considered These 10 Questions? By Joseph E. Murphy

Antitrust Compliance: Have You Considered These 10 Questions?

Every compliance program plays to two audiences. One is your people: is it effective in reaching them and preventing violations. The second is the...
All That Glitters – A Look Back at the Antitrust Division’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs and What to Expect By Craig Lee & Alexandra Glazer

All That Glitters – A Look Back at the Antitrust Division’s...

In July 2019, the Antitrust Division issued the first written guidance for the evaluation of corporate antitrust compliance programs. Also, for the first time,...
Crediting Corporate Compliance Programs in Criminal Antitrust Cases: How Strong a Wind of Change? By Brent Snyder & Jordanne M. Miller

Crediting Corporate Compliance Programs in Criminal Antitrust Cases: How Strong a...

This article examines the U.S. DOJ’s 2019 revision to the Principles of Federal Prosecution of Business Organizations related to antitrust compliance programs, concerns about the revision’s...
Integrating Competition Compliance Into the Busines By Noah A. Brumfield

Integrating Competition Compliance Into the Business

Corporate compliance programs are increasingly the norm, but with great variety among them.  What it means to have an effective antitrust compliance program, however,...
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