Economic Evidence and the Rights of the Defense: UK vs EU Merger Control

Economic Evidence and the Rights of the Defense: UK vs EU Merger Control

May 2019 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) & Juan Delgado (Global Economics Group) presents: Economic Evidence and the Rights of the Defense: UK vs EU Merger Control By Tanya Macrae (Allen & Overy LLP)1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   The issue of procedural fairness in UK and EU merger […]

The Antitrust F Word: Fairness Considerations in Competition Law

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Antitrust F Word: Fairness Considerations in Competition Law By Sandra Marco Colino This paper explores value of fairness as a goal of competition law. It contrasts the developments in the US, where non-economic goals are largely discarded by the prevailing antitrust thinking, with those in the EU and China, […]

The Assessment of Fairness in Agricultural Markets

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Assessment of Fairness in Agricultural Markets By Mary Hendrickson, Harvey S. James & Christine Sanders (University of Missouri); Annette Kendall In this paper we propose a framework for assessing claims of unfairness by agricultural producers. By employing concepts from network exchange theory and considerations of power and dependency, […]

Towards Fairness and Transparency in Agency Antitrust Investigations and Cases

Towards Fairness and Transparency in Agency Antitrust Investigations and Cases

By Roy Hoffinger – As many jurisdictions enter the field of or intensify their enforcement of competition law, and agencies adopt decisions that benefit local competitors and customers at the expense of foreign companies, members of the business and academic communities are concerned that the outcomes of agency decisions may not reflect the application of sound […]

Procedure Transparency in the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Diana Tsai, Jul 15, 2015 In the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission, we trust that greater transparency will contribute to accomplishing our mission to maintain trading order and ensure free and fair competition. The implementation of procedure transparency helps companies comply with the competition […]

The Efforts of the JFTC Toward Promoting Procedural Fairness and Transparency in the Investigation Proceedings

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Toshiyuki Nambu, Jul 15, 2015 HOW DOES THE CASE INVESTIGATION PROCEDURE OF THE JFTC ENCOURAGE TRANSPARENCY? The JFTC provides the investigated parties with the proper opportunity to express their views and to be informed of the relevant evidence by the investigators in the […]

Procedural Fairness in Competition Investigations: U.S. FTC Practice and Recent Guidance from the International Competition Network

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Paul O’Brien, Krisztian Katona, Randy Tritell, Jul 15, 2015 Procedural fairness has become an increasingly important part of the international dialogue on competition law enforcement. As competition enforcement has expanded, issues and concerns regarding how agencies conduct their investigations have increased. It is […]

Procedural Fairness and Transparency in Antitrust Cases: Work in Progress

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Paul Lugard, Jun 16, 2014 There is broad consensus on the need for, and growing importance of, transparency and procedural fairness in competition enforcement. However, the objectives, scope, and practical application of the associated procedural rights have never been undisputed. On the one hand […]

Thinking About Procedural Fairness of Competition Law Enforcement Across Jurisdictions: A Suggested Principled Approach

Apr 23, 2014 CPI ICN Column edited by Maria Coppola (U.S. Federal Trade Commission) Thinking About Procedural Fairness of Competition Law Enforcement Across Jurisdictions: A Suggested Principled Approach – Stanley Wong (SW Law Corporation)* (Click here for a PDF version of the article.) It is an increasingly common feature today in an international gathering of […]