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Brazil Senate's Economic Affairs Committee Approves Bill That Modifies CADE Law
At the 43rd Ordinary Session of the Federal Senate's Economic Affairs Committee ("CAE"), held on December 11, 2018, Senate Bill No. 283 was approved, with some amendments.
Brazil
21 Dec 2018
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CADE Releases Guideline For TCCs (Cease-And-Desist Settlement Agreement) In Cartel Cases
During the last trial session, which occurred on May 11, 2016, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense – CADE approved Guidelines regarding Cease-and-Desist Agreements in cartel cases.
Brazil
2 Jun 2016
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STJ Limita Extensão Do Sigilo De Dados Dos Acordos De Leniência Firmados Pelo CADE
Em meados de abril, foi publicado no Diário de Justiça Eletrônico do Superior Tribunal de Justiça ("STJ") o Acórdão referente ao Recurso Especial nº 1.554.986, no qual a Terceira Turma limitou a extensão do sigilo de dados dos Acordos de Leniência firmados pelo Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica ("CADE") até o momento da publicação do Parecer Técnico conclusivo elaborado pela Superintendência-Geral do CADE.
Brazil
23 May 2016
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STJ Restricts The Confidentiality Extension Granted To Leniency Agreement Provisions Entered Into By CADE
In April, a decision addressing Special Appeal No. 1.554.986 was published in the Official Gazette of the Superior Court of Justice...
Brazil
23 May 2016
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Brazil: CADE And MPF/SP Have Signed A Memorandum Of Understandings Aiming To Strengthen Their Cooperation In Cartel Cases
On March 15, 2016, the Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense ("CADE") and the Cartel Investigative Unit of the Federal Prosecution Office in São Paulo...
Brazil
26 Apr 2016
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Cartel Investigation Suspended Until Decision On Which Ruling Should Be Applied
The Brazilian Federal Court granted an injunction to suspend an ongoing administrative procedure of the CADE that was investigating filling stations.
Brazil
20 Mar 2014
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CADE’s Commissioner Suggests Record-Breaking Fine For Cement And Concrete Cartel Investigation
In the 36th Ordinary Judgment Session, held by the Administrative Council for Economic Defense on January 22, 2014, Commissioner Alessandro Octaviani Luis suggested the imposition of a record-breaking fine for cartel formation in Brazil, totaling more than US $1 billion.
Brazil
31 Jan 2014
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General Superintendence Of CADE Suggests The Condemnation Of Cartel Of Doors And Metal Detector Systems
On December 30, 2013, the Official Opinion of the General Superintendence of the Administrative Council for Economic Defense – CADE was published, recommending the condemnation of ten executives and employees, and four manufacturers of doors and metal detector systems, for operating a cartel in public and private bidding competitions for doors and metal detector systems. The case now proceeds to judgment by CADE's Tribunal
Brazil
14 Jan 2014
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