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Competition Alive & Kicking in New Zealand

By Andrew Matthews & Gus Stewart - New Zealand’s competition regulator,the Commerce Commission,has had a busy first three quarters of 2016, actively investigating and enforcing a...

The Role Of Innovation In Merger Control – A Hot Topic

By Rachel Brandenburger, Logan Breed & Falk Schöning - This article considers how the U.S. and EU antitrust agencies assess the impact of a merger...

The Yates Memorandum’s Impact of U.S. Cartel Enforcement: Evolution or Revolution?

By Robert E. Bloch, Kelly B. Kramer & Stephen M. Medlock - This paper suggests that the Yates Memorandum marks a significant change in the DOJ’s approach to...

Antitrust Private Damages Actions in the United States, Canada and the...

By Pierre Crémieux, Marissa Ginn & Marc Van Audenrode - This article compares and contrasts the well-established system of private action that prevails in the United States to those established...

The Ad Hoc Approach To Telecommunications Mergers: The Public Interest Compromised?

By Warren Grimes - It is difficult to find consistency in the U.S. Justice Department’s (“Antitrust Division”) responses to the wave of telecommunications mergers. AT&T was barred from...

The long and winding road towards a unified competition law enforcement...

By Johan Ysewyn and Andrea Zulli On November 4, 2015, the European Commission initiated a consultation on the need, and means, to give national competition...

Experience is the teacher of all things. Improving enforcement decisions through...

By Silvia Carrieri Competition Authorities willing to improve their efficacy and to advocate the value of their work should consider ex-post evaluations as a valuable...

Competition community & multilateral development banks: Opportunities for further cooperation

By Beatriz De Guindos Talavera and Marianela Lopez Galdos The absence of a level playing field or even the mere perception of an anticompetitive environment...

Private Damages and Class Action in India

By Pranav Mehra and Ritam Arora Indian companies face enormous challenges to effectively apply and obtain restitution for damages from antitrust violations. In addition to the...

Criminalization of Cartels and Leniency: An Exercise in Complexity

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Marcelo Calliari, Sep 16, 2015 What change a decade brings. Ten years ago the...

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