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Global Laws Inconsistent When Competitors Talk

07 MARCH 2016

The National Law Journal
With recent court decisions in Europe, the treatment of exchanges of competitively sensitive information among competitors represents a new frontier in antitrust enforcement. These exchanges may sometimes take place without any other unlawful conduct such as price-fixing, and can take place directly through meetings, emails or phone calls among competitors, or indirectly, such as through an industry association or a market intelligence firm.To read more click here.

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