Litigation

Loyal Coal agrees to settle with the ACCC on day two of the hearing into bid-rigging of tenders for NSW mining exploration licences...

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The first opt-out class action has been launched in the UK taking advantage of recent changes to the country’s competition litigation laws...

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Google knows the way

March 1, 2016 | 1 Comments

UK High Court rules that Google did not engage in anti-competitive conduct...

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The Trade Union Royal Commission has made a number of recommendations for reform of Australia’s competition laws...

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Spain has released its proposal for implementing the EU’s Directive on competition damages in private proceedings...

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Issues to watch out for when managing the risks of a regulatory investigation...

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Guided Tour: Hong Kong’s New Competition Law

January 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

Read King & Wood Mallesons comprehensive guide to Hong Kong’s new competition law...

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What a year InCompetition!

December 24, 2015 | 1 Comments

InCompetition looks back at some of the key events in competition law from 2015 and wishes readers a happy festive season...

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Newly established Hong Kong Competition Tribunal to hear cases under the relevant practice and procedural rules...

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High Court reinstates agreed penalties

December 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

The High Court has unanimously reinstated the longstanding ability for regulators and parties in civil penalty proceedings to make submissions regarding agreed penalties. In doing so, the High Court overturned an earlier judgment of the...

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