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The Treaty of Lisbon which came into force on the 1st December 2009 amending the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and creating a new Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) has important implications for all those engaged in the study and practice of competition law. Some of this is necessary, but not very interesting, consequential changes to which we will all have to adapt. So, there are a new set of Treaty numbers to remember and we will no longer refer to the Court of First Instance, which has become the General COurt. The more interesting question is whether or not these changes herald an increased emphasis ...
and governments have always been subject to scrutiny, and sometimes severe sanctions. Since the twentieth century, competition law has become global. The two largest and most influential systems of competition regulation are United States antitrust law and European Union competition law . National and regional competition authorities across the world have formed international support and enforcement networks. Modern competition law has historically evolved on a country level to promote and maintain competition in markets principally within the territorial boundaries of nation-states . National competition law usually does not ...
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COMPETITION BILL – 10 WHICH STATUTORY BODIES? « HONG KONG ...
There have been numerous instances leading up to the introduction of the Competition Bill where Government officials have made broad statements without backing up what they’ve said. “500 statutory bodies” On 28 June 2010 the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development confirmed previous statements that the Government is in the process of consulting with more than 500 statutory bodies regarding their status under the Competition Bill. You will recall that it was the sheer number of bodies to be consulted that led officials to allow the Bill to proceed while leaving discussions with statutory bodies to ... market research, surveys and trends
Canadian Competition Law Compliance - Steve Szentesi CANADIAN ...
(the “Act”) contains both criminal and civil provisions prohibiting a range of anti-competitive activities, many of which can arise in ordinary commercial dealings (e.g., in the context of distributor/customer relations, trade association activities and in relation to many common commercial agreements including IP license agreements, joint venture and strategic alliance agreements and franchise agreements). Competition Act The criminal provisions under the Act include provisions relating to criminal conspiracies (i.e., price fixing, market allocation and output restrictions), bid rigging and deceptive marketing and ... market research, surveys and trends

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Following the Great Crash of 1929, one of every five banks in America fails. Many people, especially politicians, see market speculation engaged in by banks during the 1920s as a cause of the crash. In 1933, Senator Carter Glass (D-Va.) and Congressman Henry Steagall (D-Ala.) introduce the historic legislation that bears their name, seeking to limit the conflicts of interest created when commercial banks are permitted to underwrite stocks or bonds. In the early part of the century, individual investors were seriously hurt by banks whose overriding interest was promoting stocks of interest and benefit to the banks, rather than ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
HISD board approves $1.6 billion budget | School Zone | Chron.com ...
includes modest raises for some teachers. Trustees Harvin Moore and Larry Marshall were absent. Moore is out of the country. I'm not sure about Marshall. Before the vote, Andy Dewey, the vice president of the Houston Federation of Teachers, told the trustees and the administration that their comments about not having enough money in the budget to fund raises for all employees were unfounded. He noted, for example, that the district is spending $29.5 million for the ASPIRE performance bonuses. Some of that money, he said, could go toward across-the-board salary bumps. A 1 percent raise for non-teaching employees would cost ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Turkish Competition Law
The Secretariat of the Federal Competition Commission calls for fines of up to CHF 25.5 million against companies in the perfume and cosmetics sector for alleged cartel activities. California Supreme Court Rules that Pass-On Defense Is Not Available in Price-Fixing Cases (McDermott Will & Emery) Settling an open question under California law, the California Supreme Court held that a plaintiff in a price-fixing case may seek the full amount of an alleged overcharge even if that plaintiff passed on the overcharge to another purchaser, and a defendant may not raise the plaintiff’s lack of actual damages as a defense. Fifth Circuit ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Some on toll agency's board uneasy about plan to replace major contractors
The North Texas Tollway Authority is learning the hard way that severing connections to its five most important contractors won't be easy – if it can be done at all. At a meeting this morning, board members are expected to stop – or at least delay – a process initiated by the staff to replace two of NTTA's most prominent partners, an abrupt about-face that probably also would halt the competition for the other three major contracts due to be awarded this year. The effort to shake up the roster of contractors comes eight months after an analysis by The Dallas Morning News showed that NTTA's ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Vertical Restraints in EC Competition Law: New Dynamics
recent developments in this field, the Competition Law Board. His principal research interests are in the field of competition law, in particular the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Members of the International Competition Policy Advisory Committee
Senior partner, Collier, Shannon, Rill & Scott. Assistant Attorney General of the Antitrust Division during the Bush Administration. As AAG, he was responsible for negotiating the US-EC antitrust cooperation agreement. Former Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law. Vice Chair, International Business and Industry Advisory Committee, OECD Competition Law and Policy Committee. Paula Stern: President of the Stern Group, an economic and trade analysis firm that advises businesses on international competitiveness issues. Former ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Berkeley Law - Board of Advocates
Welcome to the Berkeley Law Board of Advocates! The Board of Advocates is a primarily student run organization charged with all of the school’s internal and external skills competitions. The Board of Advocates has won competition awards at multiple levels, consistently outperforming other top-ten law schools. The Board of Advocate’s general membership includes over 60 students who participate in both regional and national competitions in three main areas: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Trial Advocacy, and Appellate Advocacy. Competition for a place on these teams is fierce during the Board’s yearly try-out process, with ...
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