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No Bidding Around: The Competition Bureau Targets Bid-Riggers In 2017
Public contracts constitute the majority of infrastructure projects in the country. With an expected increase in federal spending for such projects in 2017...
Canada
11 Jan 2017
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2015 Antitrust Year In Review
Welcome to the 2015 Antitrust Year in Review, a compilation of the latest antitrust/competition law developments in 27 jurisdictions worldwide.
United States
24 Aug 2016
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B.C. Court Of Appeal Upholds Regulatory College's By-Laws
The British Columbia Court of Appeal's recent decision in Sobeys West Inc. v. College of Pharmacists of British Columbia is an important decision for regulators in two respects.
Canada
5 Apr 2016
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An Open Book: Canadian Courts Favor Disclosure In Antitrust Cases
In recent years, Canadian competition class-action jurisprudence has tilted in plaintiffs' favor.
Canada
1 Dec 2015
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A Path To Proportionality In The SIR Process
In a merger review, the Commissioner of Competition has the power to issue supplementary information requests ("SIRs") to merging parties, in addition to the standard disclosure required under the Competition Act.
Canada
9 Jul 2015
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2014 Antitrust Year In Review
Welcome to the 2014 Antitrust Year in Review, a compilation of the latest antitrust/competition law developments in 31 jurisdictions worldwide.
Canada
14 May 2015
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Competition Bureau Sets Its Sights (And Its Website) On The Construction Industry
Since 2012, WeirFoulds LLP has been monitoring and writing about the Competition Bureauís increased focus on Canadaís construction industry.
Canada
20 Apr 2015
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Competition Puts Trade Associations Under The Microscope
The Supreme Court of Canada recently denied leave to appeal the Federal Court of Appealís ("FCA") decision in Commissioner of Competition v. Toronto Real Estate Board.
Canada
2 Jan 2015
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Hiding In Plain Sight: The Competition Bureauís Criminal Cartel Whistleblowing Initiative
This past spring, Canadaís Commissioner of Competition, John Pecman, announced the launch of the Competition Bureauís Criminal Cartel Whistleblowing Initiative, aimed at creating awareness of underused whistleblower protections in Canadaís Competition Act.
Canada
14 Nov 2013
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At Phalt? The Road To Compliance In The Paving Industry
In recent months, four European competition agencies have targeted what they are calling "asphalt cartels".
Canada
10 May 2013
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Canadaís Federal Court of Appeal Endorses a Forward-Looking Approach to Prevention of Competition
For the first time in a decade, Canadaís appellate courts have weighed in on the merits of a contested merger, upholding the Competition Tribunalís divestiture order in Commissioner of Competition v Tervita Corporation.
Canada
12 Mar 2013
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Testing The Foundations: Six Lessons From The Competition Bureauís Investigation Into The Construction Industry
A discussion on the recent allegations of the Competition Bureau against alleged price-fixing and market allocation agreements among companies in the construction industry.
Canada
7 Feb 2013
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Canadian Competition Authorities Send Message To Vendors And Purchasers: Youíre In This Together
Vendors selling their business need to consider the potentially anti-competitive effects of proposed transactions, according to recent proceedings at the Competition Tribunal of Canada.
Canada
23 Nov 2011
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