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Senators Ask USPTO & US Copyright Office To Conduct NFT Study,...

By: Caroline Rimmer (Blockchain and The Law) UPDATE: On July 8, 2022,  the USPTO and the Copyright Office responded to the Senators’ letter and indicated that...

Canada/UK: UK and Ontario regulators form fintech pact

The Financial Conduct Authority has entered into a co-operation agreement with Candian regulator Ontario Securities Commission in an effort to boost innovation. The two bodies...

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...

CPI (10)1

In this issue: The Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Competition Policy International presents a lively discussion regarding effective institutional designs for competition regimes. More than 100...

Letter from the Editor – Spring 2014

Sep 11, 2014 The first competition law was passed in 1889 in Canada, followed shortly by the United States in 1890. Subsequent expansion of competition...

Will the New U.K. Competition and Markets Authority Make Better Antitrust...

Bruce Lyons, May 14, 2012 I focus in this paper on institutional change and decision making in the new CMA. There are also other important...

It Takes One to Tango: The Single U.K. Competition And Markets...

Valentine Korah, Despoina Mantzari, May 14, 2012 The focus on good institutional design, as an important component of strong competition policy and enforcement, has become...

U.S. And EU Antitrust Enforcement: What Role In A More Heavily...

Todd Fishman, Olivier Fréget, David Gabathuler, Jul 28, 2011 It can be questioned, whether the introduction of a more robust financial regulatory scheme and the...

Conversations with Jon Leibowitz and Joaquin Almunia

Joaquin Almunia, David Evans, Jon Leibowitz, May 19, 2011 Competition policy has grown explosively in the last quarter century. There are more than 100 countries with competition...
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