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Richard, thank you for joining us today and it’s very kind of you to come and see us. We are going to be talking today about the UK’s concurrent competition regime, so we are just overtaking a general health check if you will. Have you got any general thoughts about the way in which the regime operates?
It’s good to see you again Richard. Today, I thought we might talk about the interaction between leniency programmes and competition litigation. Leniency of course, something we’ve seen a bit of phenomenal over the last twenty years, which has resulted in competition authorities being able to detect many more cartels and obviously prosecute many more cartels than in the past.
Good afternoon Richard. There has been a lot of chattering over the past year or so about the so-called “hipster antitrust” issues that are under that general rubric. Could you give us a brief introduction on what “hipster antitrust” is and then we can move on to common ownership?
Richard, good afternoon and thanks for coming in to talk to us today about online sales restrictions post-Coty. Obviously we have had a few months now to digest the Coty judgement but I think there has been a couple of interesting developments recently, most particularly the competition policy brief the Commission issued a few weeks ago now discussing their interpretation of Coty.
Richard, good to see you again. Today, we are going to talk about merger control and, specifically, about innovation competition.
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