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2013: The Wind of Change?

Ruchit Patel, Jan 15, 2013 The wind of change is blowing through this continent. Whether we like it or not ..." 2013 has the potential to...

The Great Reformer: Mario Monti’s Legacy in Article 81 and Cartel...

Margaret Bloom, Apr 01, 2005 Commissioner Mario Monti’s achievements in relation to Article 81 of the EC Treaty include three are major reforms: (1) the...

Does Compliance Really Matter to DG Comp?

Joseph Murphy, Mar 29, 2012 The DG Comp posting speaks about ignorance not being a defense. But ignorance is not and never was the issue....

Minority Shareholdings And Interlocking Directorships: The European Union Approach

Francisco Enrique Gonzalez-Diaz, Jan 10, 2012 The debate about the antitrust treatment of minority shareholdings and interlocking directorships is certainly not new. The European Commission...

Minority Shareholdings And Interlocking Directorships: The European Union Approach

Francisco Enrique Gonzalez-Diaz, Jan 10, 2012 The debate about the antitrust treatment of minority shareholdings and interlocking directorships is certainly not new. The European Commission...

Does Compliance Really Matter to DG Comp?

Joseph Murphy, Mar 29, 2012 The DG Comp posting speaks about ignorance not being a defense. But ignorance is not and never was the issue....

Fines for Abuse of Dominance in “High Tech” Markets

Benoit Durand, Andreas Reindl, Oct 01, 2012 Blockbuster fines have become a trademark of European Commission abuse of dominance cases. Intel's EUR 1 billion fine...

Enforcers Consideration of Compliance Programs in Europe: Are 2011 Initiatives Raising...

Nathalie Jalabert-Doury, Gillian Sproul, Feb 14, 2012 In Europe, compliance programs have been implemented by companies for many years. However, few competition authorities had clarified...

How DG Competition and U.S. DOJ Antitrust Division Hurt Compliance Efforts

Joseph Murphy, Feb 14, 2012 Compliance programs today are generally recognized as key weapons in the fight against corporate crime and wrongdoing. When the U.S....

Minority Shareholdings Under Antitrust Law: A Regulatory Gap?

Paul Lugard, Jan 10, 2012 It is hard to underestimate the importance of minority shareholdings in today's economy. This applies to investments of private, non-financial...

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