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2-TRAPS FOR THE UNWARY TELEHEALTH PROVIDER By Carol K. Lucas & Jennifer M. Guerrero

Traps for the Unwary Telehealth Provider

The provision of health care services via telemedicine has been growing in popularity over the last several years.  With the arrival of the COVID-19...
3-WHAT’S AHEAD FOR CONNECTED HEALTH POLICY: STATE & FEDERAL POLICIES IMPACTING TELEHEALTH ACCESS, PRIVACY LAWS & POLICYMAKER INTERESTS By Amy Durbin

What’s Ahead for Connected Health Policy: State & Federal Policies Impacting...

The COVID-19 pandemic further ushered in an unprecedented era of change within the healthcare industry, particularly for telehealth. While telehealth, medical privacy, and broadband...
M&A and Non-Compete Clauses in Ecuadorian Competition Law and Practice

M&A and Non-Compete Clauses in Ecuadorian Competition Law and Practice

By Luis Marin-Tobar & Daniela Irigoyen-Samaniego*   Ecuador has had a standing competition law since October 13, 2011, when the Organic Law for the Regulation and...
6-ANTITRUST REFORM EFFORTS AND STATUTORY PARENS PATRIAE AUTHORITY By Matthew Michaloski

Antitrust Reform Efforts and Statutory Parens Patriae Authority

Borrowing from an earlier tradition first developed in American law by the courts, Congress has a long history of granting express enforcement authority to...
Misuse of Market Power in Australia: Early Assessment of the Amended Section 46 of the Competition and Consumer Act

Misuse of Market Power in Australia: Early Assessment of the Amended...

By Mel Marquis & Rhonda Smith1   I. Introduction In the nearly 50-year saga of modern Australian competition law, the section relating to the misuse of market...
1-TechREG Talks… …with Katharine Kemp, Philip Marsden & Jacqueline Downes

TechREG Talks… with Katharine Kemp, Philip Marsden & Jacqueline Downes

In this edition of CPI TechREG Talks, we have the pleasure of presenting a summary of a discussion with Philip Marsden and Allens partner...
The Amendment of China's Anti-monopoly Law

The Amendment of China’s Anti-monopoly Law

On June 24, 2022, China’s legislature enacted the revision of the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”), the country’s main antitrust statute.  The revised AML entered into...
Looking Backwards and Forwards: What Does 25 Years of Competition Enforcement in the UK Tell Us about the Future?

Looking Backwards and Forwards: What Does 25 Years of Competition Enforcement...

August 2022 marks the 25th anniversary of the publication of the draft Competition Bill in August 1997. Passing into law the following year, what...
The Legislative Framework and Competition Policy in Australia

The Legislative Framework and Competition Policy in Australia

This article reviews the legislative framework which underlies Australian competition law and policy. First, the Australian Constitution plays a key although often unrecognized role...

The New Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China: Changes...

By Wei HAN & Liang LI*   On June 24, 2022, China passed the amended Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter the “Anti-Monopoly...
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