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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Information Exchange: Productive Cooperation or Harmful Collusion? CPI Antitrust Chronicle Issue

Information Exchange: Productive Cooperation or Harmful Collusion?

  1. Jarod Bona, Nov 11, 2014

    “But the Bridge Will Fall” is Not a Valid Defense to an Antitrust Lawsuit

    An antitrust case is not the place to debate the merits of competition. Jarod Bona (Bona Law)

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  2. Pedro Callol, Nov 11, 2014

    Information Exchanges and Competition Law: A Few Comparative Law Thoughts

    Grey is most often the color of information exchanges. Pedro Callol (Callol Law)

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  3. Neha Georgie, Nov 11, 2014

    Collusion Versus Collaboration: Getting It Right

    In considering how collaboration differs from collusion, it is useful to think of form-based versus effects-based approaches. Neha Georgie

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  4. Mark Jephcott, Tom Kemp, Nov 11, 2014

    Trade Associations in Asia: A Predictable Focus of the Authorities

    Trade associations have been an enforcement focus of antitrust authorities in Asia, particularly in China, in recent years. Mark Jephcott & Tom Kemp (Herbert Smith Freehills)

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  5. Mark Katz, Nov 11, 2014

    Trade and Professional Associations in Canada: An Update

    What is needed, above all, is the commitment to make competition compliance a priority. Mark Katz (Davies Ward)

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