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The Buck Stops Here – Contractors Held Fully Liable For Subcontractors In Hong Kong Cartel

On 2 June 2022, the Hong Kong Court of Appeal (“Court”) handed down a judgment almost doubling the financial penalties imposed by the Competition Tribunal...


UK competition reforms: new CMA powers confirmed

The UK Government recently announced a series of reforms for strengthening the UK competition regime, including measures that will increase penalties for non-compliance, speed up antitrust...


All-clear for dual distribution? New EU rules on Vertical Agreements provide important guidance

The European Commission has now published the final text of the revised Vertical Block Exemption Regulation and the accompanying Guidelines on Vertical Restraints. The new rules will enter...


Indonesia, buckle up for more competition/antitrust enforcement!

KPPU, the Indonesian Competition Authority, announced that the relaxation measures which were in place due to the pandemic will no longer be applicable as of 1 May 2022. Corporations...


Head of DOJ Criminal Antitrust Unit Says that Criminal Monopolization Cases May be on the Horizon

In remarks made during a panel discussion at the ABA’s National Institute on White Collar Crime on 2 March, Antitrust Division Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard Powers said...


Department of Justice suggests that employee non-competes could be criminally prosecuted

On 25 February the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) submitted a statement of interest in a Nevada State court lawsuit filed by a group of anesthesiologists alleging that non-compete...


Sport Meets Antitrust: A spectacle for spectators?

The events surrounding the Super League in European football have caused a lot of controversy. Many top clubs have had to take a stand. Fans protested. Even state leaders have had their...


DOJ Antitrust Division and FBI to investigate collusion stemming from supply chain disruptions

On 17 February, the Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division (Antitrust Division) announced that it is launching a joint initiative with the Federal Bureau of Investigation...


Italy – China: Wind of Change along the Silk Road
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Proposals for amendment of antitrust law are under discussion both in Italy and in China. While the two countries are geographically distant jurisdictions, their proposed amendments pose...

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