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Click 4 Compliance's Global Antitrust & Fair Competition course provides essential training for global companies doing business in today's environment of increased antitrust enforcement. Through practical, everyday business scenarios, this course identifies high-risk antitrust situations -- with a focus on understanding that emails and casual conversations with competitors, customers or distributors could lead to criminal prosecution and multi-million-dollar fines.
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What global developments should be on businesses' antitrust compliance agenda for the coming year?
The impact on antitrust enforcement of changing political dynamics globally is likely to be felt in several material ways through 2017 and beyond.
Association meetings and other industry events are normally occasions for representatives of competing enterprises to get together. On such occasions there is always a risk that competitors exchange and discuss information relevant for competition, thus violating antitrust law which, in turn, exposes enterprises and persons involved to considerable risks. Our video clip illustrates how to identify and avoid such antitrust risks. For further information please visit our website http://www.BEITENBURKHARDT.com
Philipp Justus, Vice President Google DACH & CEE, said that despite six years of clashes with E.U. antitrust regulators, European consumers were continuing to support the world’s leading search engine through their unwavering use of its products.
With foreign investment on the rise in the United States, it is important for any company intending to do business there to be familiar with US antitrust law. Mayer Brown partner and head of the firm’s Global Antitrust & Competition group Mark Ryan explains why and shares what investors should be aware of when it comes to competition-related law.
David P. Wales discusses how to get tough deals approved in the current antitrust enforcement environment. David is the practice leader for Jones Day's worldwide Antitrust & Competition Law Practice, where he represents foreign and domestic clients in a wide range of industries on all aspects of antitrust. Visit http://www.kluwercompetitionlaw.com
How Do You Enforce Antitrust Law in a Global Marketplace? full story: http://insights.som.yale.edu/insights/how-do-you-enforce-antitrust-law-global-marketplace More than 120 countries have antitrust or competition enforcement authorities, with diverging goals and regulations. What are the implications for companies that work across borders? Yale Insights talked with Professor Fiona Scott Morton, the former chief economist in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.
Oct 6, 2016 - The Washington Center for Equitable Growth hosted a conversation on exploring the impacts of antitrust enforcement and increasing market concentration on economic growth and inequality. Prominent academics and practitioners highlighted the changes in antitrust policy over the past 40 years and examine areas in need of further research moving forward. Moderator: Diane Bartz, antitrust reporter, Reuters Panelists: • John E. Kwoka, Neal F. Finnegan Distinguished Professor at Northeastern University • Barry Lynn, Director of the Open Markets program at New America Foundation • Fiona Scott Morton, Theodore Nierenberg Professor of Economics at the Yale University School of Management
We have to decrease competition in order to increase competition! Sit back, relax and get ready for humongous corporations to explain how fewer choices mean more and better choices. (Or so goes one of the arguments in support of the AT&T and DirecTV deal.) Read more at http://www.markfiore.com Stay up-to-date with the latest animation! http://tinyurl.com/fiore-update Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/markfiore or on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/fiore-fb And of course, there's an iPhone app! http://tinyurl.com/newstoons