With more than 100 jurisdictions world-wide with antitrust laws, many of them new and developing in terms of their policies and enforcement, it is increasingly challenging to keep up to date on global developments. This teleconference will give a brief overview on new and emerging competition regimes and our panel will specifically focus on developments in India and China, two of the major jurisdictions where there have been significant recent developments in antitrust.
In India, recent significant changes in competition law and increasing enforcement will impact how international companies do business in India. In the conduct of their business, companies need to take account of the Indian antitrust laws and policies governing merger control, unilateral conduct and anti-competitive agreements.
The presentation on China will cover recent cases in the merger and cartel fields such as the Seagate/Samsung Hard-Disk Drive transaction and the Unilever pricing case. The topics will include minority shareholdings, joint ventures and remedies under merger control rules, as well as guidance in order to decrease risks under China’s cartel rules.
Our Global Antitrust Developments Program is being sponsored this month by Hogan Lovells.
Please join our distinguished panel of experts to discuss these developments.
Catriona Hatton, Managing Partner, Hogan Lovells, Brussels office.
Kirtikumar Mehta, former senior official of the European Commission's Directorate General for Competition
Adrian Emch specializes in Chinese antitrust law, based in Hogan Lovells, Beijing office. He is a lecturer of competition law and member of the faculty at Peking University's IP School.
The ABA is not seeking CLE credit for this program. You will not receive CLE credit for attending/viewing/listening.