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Global antitrust risk map

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Antitrust laws are now present in most countries around the world.

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  • Managing competing legal risks when a corruption allegation is made in relation to a third party

    In recent years, increased regulatory action in relation to bribery and corruption has been accompanied by an increase in civil claims by parties adversely affected by instances of bribery and corruption.

    Publication | February 08, 2017
  • New proposed Canadian food safety regulations open for comments

    They’re finally here! The long-awaited Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (Regulations) have been pre-published in the Canada Gazette I for comment.

    Publication | January 30, 2017
  • Global antitrust risk map – what does it cover?

    In developing the global antitrust risk map, we’ve worked with our teams across our global network using their expertise and skill in competition law.

    Video | December 05, 2016
  • Global antitrust risk map

    Understanding the risks your business faces and targeting your compliance efforts accordingly is critical to managing antitrust risk. The penalties for failing to comply can be severe.

    Video | December 05, 2016
  • Global antitrust risk map – an introduction

    We put together the global antitrust risk map in response to demand from a number of our clients, particularly those with global operations, to help them assess the risks that they face from an antitrust perspective around their global operations.

    Video | December 05, 2016
  • Let’s talk antitrust

    Throughout the last year, there have been a number of notable developments in EU and UK competition law. In our second video series, members from Norton Rose Fulbright’s London antitrust practice and leading competition law expert Richard Whish QC discuss insights into four key areas.

    Video | May 15, 2017
  • Is leniency losing out to follow-on actions?

    Previously, we discussed the private enforcement of competition law across the EU and the potential impact of the Damages Directive on competition litigation.

    Video | May 15, 2017
  • Joint bids and cartels: is it ok to share a taxi?

    Is joint bidding considered a “by object” infringement in competition law?

    Video | May 15, 2017
  • Big data and competition – big deal or no deal?

    As companies find ever more ways to use big data and algorithms in their businesses, some European authorities fear that these practices will create new and revolutionary challenges for antitrust enforcement.

    Video | May 15, 2017
  • What do French endive producers have to do with Brexit?

    In the context of the French endives cartel case and AG Wahl’s opinion, we highlight the tension between agricultural policy in Europe and its role in competition law. More specifically, we discuss how the case illustrates certain issues that will need to be considered in the UK post-Brexit.

    Video | May 15, 2017
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