Competition & Antitrust

February 08 2018
Man Mohan Sharma CCI imposes penalty for bid rigging in coal transportation auctions

India - Vaish Associates Advocates

The Competition Commission of India recently imposed a penalty of almost Rs120 million on 10 transport companies for bid rigging in regard to coal and sand transportation tenders. It held that identical pricing despite different cost structures, last-minute filing of price bids and the existence of earlier financial dealings between the defendants constituted evidence of a clear understanding to fix prices, which should be treated ipso facto as having an adverse effect on competition.

Author: Man Mohan Sharma
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Urša Kranjc Unfair trading practices in food supply chain examined

Slovenia - Schoenherr Attorneys at Law

The Competition Protection Agency recently published the results of a survey on unfair trading practices in the food supply chain, which the agency conducted among suppliers of food products, including producers, purchasers, processing companies and intermediaries. Despite the small number of responses, the agency obtained some useful information on the functioning of the Slovenian food market.

Author: Urša Kranjc
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Recent updates

Man Mohan Sharma CCI dismisses claims of abuse of dominant position against state transport company

India - Vaish Associates Advocates

Author: Man Mohan Sharma
Dieter Hauck A blessing in disguise?

Austria - Preslmayr Attorneys at Law

Author: Dieter Hauck
András Nagy Compliance and compensation in consumer protection cases: the Vodafone example

Hungary - Schoenherr Attorneys at Law

Authors: András Nagy, Anna Turi
Ulrica Salomon No damages for margin squeeze in follow-on claim

Sweden - Advokatfirman Lindahl

Authors: Ulrica Salomon, Hanna Lekås
Katarzyna Terlecka Supreme Court provides guidance for calculating fines in resale price maintenance cases

Poland - Schoenherr Attorneys at Law

Authors: Katarzyna Terlecka, Pawel Kulak
Gönenç Gürkaynak Competition Board concludes preliminary investigation into furnishing sector

Turkey - ELIG, Attorneys-at-Law

Author: Gönenç Gürkaynak
Michael Gu Pharmaceutical companies face harsher antitrust compliance challenges

China - AnJie Law Firm

Authors: Michael Gu, Sihui Sun
Sarah Keene Competition law 2017: a year in review

New Zealand - Russell McVeagh

Authors: Sarah Keene, Troy Pilkington

Upcoming event

ABA Section of International Law 2018 Annual Conference

April 17-21 – New York City

We look forward to welcoming you in New York for the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of International Law’s 2018 Annual Conference, to be held at the Grand Hyatt New York. The theme of the conference is “At the Crossroads: The Fusion of Private and Public International Law”. This multi-day event will provide a one-stop shop where you can get your Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits, partake in exceptional networking opportunities with expert professionals and listen to keynote addresses from our outstanding luncheon speakers. The conference will kick off on Tuesday, April 17 with a day of skills programmes. Our reception venues include The Rainbow Room and Bryant Park Grill. The Annual Conference is a ‘must-attend’ meeting for lawyers with a practice or interest in international legal issues. The Annual Conference is a “must-attend” meeting for lawyers with a practice or interest in international legal issues.


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