ICN’s Framework for Competition Agency Procedures, Part 1: What does the CAP mean for the ICN today?

ICN’s Framework for Competition Agency Procedures, Part 1: What does the CAP mean for the ICN today?

ICN’s Framework for Competition Agency Procedures, Part 1: What does the CAP mean for the ICN today? – By Paul O’Brien (Federal Trade Commission)1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   On April 5, 2019, the ICN announced that it was creating a “Framework for Competition Agency Procedures,” referred to as the CAP.2 […]

Leave, Remain & Common Ground: Pragmatism in Dealing with Tech Giants

Leave, Remain & Common Ground: Pragmatism in Dealing with Tech Giants

April 2019 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) & Juan Delgado (Global Economics Group) presents: Leave, Remain & Common Ground: Pragmatism in Dealing with Tech Giants By Philip Marsden (College of Europe)1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   In the last few years, a popular narrative is that the sky is […]

The European Court of Justice’s Judgment In Case C-265/17 P, Commission v. United Parcel Service

The European Court of Justice’s Judgment In Case C-265/17 P, Commission v. United Parcel Service

February 2019 CPI EU News Column edited by Thibault Schrepel, Sam Sadden & Jan Roth (CPI) presents: The European Court of Justice’s Judgment In Case C-265/17 P, Commission v. United Parcel Service By Marjolein De Backer (Dechert)1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   Summary On January 16, 2019 the European Court of Justice […]

The Omega Man or The Isolation of U.S. Antitrust Law

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Omega Man or The Isolation of U.S. Antitrust Law By Spencer Weber Waller (Loyola University of Chicago)   There is a classic science fiction novel and film that present a metaphor for the isolation of United States antitrust law in the current global context. Richard Mathiesson’s 1954 classic […]

Aug-08(2)

In this issue: From Inside the Agencies Ernesto Estrada Gonzalez, Apr 03, 2008 Competition Policy in Mexico The CFC faces significant challenges from cartel activity, prevailing regulatory restrictions on competition, and exclusionary practices undertaken by some of the most powerful corporations in Mexico. Margorzata Krasnodebska-Tomkiel, Aug 26, 2008 Competition Policy in Poland Poland created a […]

The OFT Discussion Paper – Private Actions In Competition Law: Effective Redress For Consumers And Businesses

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Emanuela Lecchi, May 04, 2007 As regulators and competition authorities are never tired to tell us, “A healthy competitive market place guarantees the best possible deal for European consumers and businesses alike.” (Neelie Kroes speech before the European Parliament in November 2004, when […]

Transparency is Not Just Good for Those Regulated, It Also Strengthens Enforcers—An ACCC Perspective

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Marcus Bezzi, Nicholas Heys, Jul 15, 2015 Now 40 years old, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission—with its various predecessors—is one of the mature competition agencies. It has established a strong reputation for effectiveness and independence. It has gained this position because it […]

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 […]

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