Thursday, January 29, 2015

Due Process, Transparency and Procedural Fairness in Asian Antitrust

In case you missed it, today CPI ran my essay for its Asia Antitrust column.

D. Daniel Sokol, University of Florida discusses Due Process, Transparency and Procedural Fairness in Asian Antitrust.

ABSTRACT: This essay begins with a discussion on defining procedural fairness. Then it explains why this is a particularly hot topic for Asian antitrust in 2015. Finally, this essay explores the benefit for increased procedural fairness in Asian antitrust. The push for increased transparency and due process comes not merely from the business community but from antitrust authorities themselves. Best practices involving due process and transparency are emerging and these best practices seem to clash with the practices of some jurisdictions in Asia. Some of these pressure points may become explosive in 2015, but Asian antitrust authorities have time and opportunity to improve their systems of due process and transparency before such concerns reach a crisis point.

 

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