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 […]

The International Competition Network Merger Working Group: Focus on Implementation

Jun 25, 2013 CPI ICN Column edited by Maria Coppola (U.S. Federal Trade Commission) The International Competition Network Merger Working Group: Focus on Implementation – Bob Schlossberg (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) (Click here for a PDF version of the article.) The International Competition Network (“ICN”) has been rightly heralded as a success story. In twelve short […]

Regional Competition Center for Latin America presents Guideline on Coordinated Effects Study in Merger Cases

Dec 10, 2012 Regional Competition Center for Latin America presents Guideline on Coordinated Effects Study in Merger Cases – Prepared by the CRCAL, with an introduction by Competition Policy International This month, the Regional Competition Center for Latin America (or CRCAL by its acronym in Spanish) continues its presentation of the different studies and guidelines […]

Regional Competition Center for Latin America Delivers Its First Guidelines and Sector Studies

Paolo Benedetti, Alain De Remes La Brely, Sep 15, 2012 The Regional Competition Center for Latin America (or CRCAL by its acronym in Spanish) is a multilateral initiative developed by thirteen competition agencies belonging to Latin America and the Caribbean. The central objective of the CRCAL is to improve competition agencies´ technical capacities in the […]

The Unilateral Conduct Working Group: You be the Judge – Scrutinizing a Loyalty Discount & Rebate Case

Cynthia Lewis Lagdameo, Charles Webb, Jul 14, 2011 Pricing has never been more complex for companies operating across national borders. In addition to considerations arising from local supply and demand conditions and factors such as national tax laws and exchange rates, companies operating internationally must also take into account the potential effects that different countries’ […]