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Abstract Singapore competition law is concerned with prohibiting conduct that has appreciable adverse effects on competition. This article examines how the requirement to show appreciability is satisfied under the Section 34 Prohibition against anti-competitive agreements, and explores how the...
Abstract Considerable progress has been made over the past 30 years in ensuring that US and EU merger control norms are broadly understood and respected; that decisions are taken by independent agencies unfettered by political influence; and that agencies cooperate with each other to avoid...
Abstract Judge Koh handed down a sweeping opinion in May 2019 condemning as antitrust violations many of Qualcomm’s licensing practices related to its patented chips and standard-essential technology used in mobile devices. The district court opinion significantly expands the scope of liability...
ABSTRACT The purpose of this article is to examine the challenges that Brexit brings for the devolution of certain aspects of competition policy to Scotland. According to section 63 of the Scotland Act 2016, Scottish Ministers can ask the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to carry out a...
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