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1-Antitrust Division Updates Enhancing Accessibility - Marvin Price Emma Burnham

Antitrust Division Updates: Enhancing Accessibility

In April of this year, the Antitrust Division announced changes to its Corporate Leniency Policy as well as updates to that policy’s FAQs. The...
2-CARTEL ENFORCEMENT AND CHALLENGES IN EUROPE - Chris Mayock

Cartel Enforcement and Challenges in Europe

The European Commission has in recent times adopted a number of decisions and imposed significant fines against cartels. The landscape of cartel enforcement is,...
4-UK PUBLIC PROCUREMENT INCREASING RISKS FOR CARTEL-PARTICIPANTS Juliette Enser Georgina-Laverack Victoria Siguan-Cervera

UK Public Procurement – Increasing Risks for Cartel Participants

Risks are increasing for those involved in cartel activity in the UK and in particular bid-rigging in public procurement. The UK Government has recently...
7-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CARTEL ENFORCEMENT IN GERMANY - FEWER CASES BUT NEW GUIDELINES ON LENIENCY AND FINES Romina Polley

Recent Developments in Cartel Enforcement in Germany – Fewer Cases but...

The article looks into German cartel enforcement trends based on case statistics as well as recent cases. It also describes how the German Federal...
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...
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...
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...
Competition Compliance: The Path Travelled and the Way to Go…The CNMC’s Experience By Cani Fernández Vicién

Competition Compliance: The Path Travelled and the Way to Go…The CNMC’s...

Compliance is every effort an authority does to increase awareness on the importance of competition law, its benefits, and the consequences of infringements. The main...
Collaboration

Advancing Collaboration in International Cartel Enforcement

By Richard Powers & Leah McCoy (United States Department of Justice)1   When the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division’s (“Division”) leniency program was first...
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Top Takeaways from ICN Guidance on Enhancing Cross-Border Leniency Cooperation

By Ann O’Brien (BakerHostetler)1   In July, the International Competition Network (“ICN”) Cartel Working Group (“CWG”) issued Guidance on Enhancing Cross-Border Leniency Cooperation (the Guidance).2 The...
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