Mondaq Asia Pacific: Anti-trust/Competition Law
Mayer Brown JSM
Today, perhaps more than ever, institutions and corporations operate in an environment where they are required and expected to critically assess their own operations and conduct.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases and cases relating to competition and consumer law in Australia.
Clayton Utz
The Harper Review's proposed rewrite of the misuse of market power provision may throw a wider net than the current law.
On Oct. 8, 2014, China’s Supreme Court made the final decision upholding the first instance ruling by Guangdong High People’s Court dismissing allegations by Qihoo against Tencent for allegedly abusing market dominance.
The investigation, triggered by a complaint from Pizhou city local tobacco retailers, was initiated in August 2013.
Jones Day
The PRC Ministry of Commerce has just released its first public decision imposing a fine for failing to notify a transaction under the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law.
King & Wood Mallesons
The SAIC released several decisions which demonstrate an increasing confidence in dealing with abuse of dominance cases.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
For the first time, the Chinese NDRC has published non-confidential versions of a number of its cartel decisions.
King & Wood Mallesons
A major concern in international cartel cases is the possibility of overlapping punishments from different jurisdictions.
Broad & Bright
The NDRC accused six companies of a conspiracy to suppress and eliminate competition by agreeing to fix prices of LCD monitors sold to Chinese color TV manufacturers.
King & Wood Mallesons
A number of new regulations have been passed, affecting in the auto distribution and aftermarket sector.
King & Wood Mallesons
Several large multinational pharmaceutical companies have been found to be in violation of the Anti-Unfair Competition Law.
Dacheng Law Offices
Partner Deng Zhisong was interviewed by a CCTV-2 program on the eye-catching anti-trust investigation into Qualcomm.
Lifang & Partners
The Ministry of Commerce released Interim Rules of the Criteria for Simple Cases of Undertaking Concentrations, which has been effective as of 12 February, 2014.
Jones Day
Chinese antitrust authorities have been particularly active in the past month and have orchestrated several highly publicized "dawn raids" of international companies.
Binglin Lou and his wife had been selling seafood, mainly scallops originated from Dalian Zhangzi Island Group Co., Ltd., in a Beijing seafood market.
MOFCOM’s reasons for characterizing the P3 Alliance as a merger are unclear, however, because just 10 days ahead of its prohibition decision, MOFCOM revised its merger review guidance.
China’s State Administration for Industry and Commerce has issued a new draft of its regulations governing antitrust enforcement of intellectual property rights.
Inner Mongolia AIC found that the agreements to divide markets violated the Anti-Monopoly Law.
Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
On October 9, 2014, the Hong Kong Competition Commission and Communications Authority published draft guidelines under the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance.
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Singh & Associates
Compulsory licenses are generally defined as "authorizations permitting a third party to make, use, or sell a patented invention without the patent owner’s consent".
Vaish Associates Advocates
On 22 September, 2014, the Director General, Competition Commission of India ("CCI"), conducted its first-ever ‘dawn-raid’ at the premises of M/s JCB India Ltd., an Indian subsidiary of a UK based construction company ("JCB"). According to news reports, the raid was conducted due to JCB’s alleged non co-operation in the process of investigation by the Director General ("DG") in an allegation of abuse of dominant position.
PSA Legal Counsellors
Intex Technologies filed a complaint against the Swedish company Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, alleging abuse of dominance by Ericsson while negotiating a licensing agreement.
Vaish Associates Advocates
Of late, media is abuzz about the ongoing clash between the retail physical markets and online markets (e-tailers).
PSA Legal Counsellors
While doing business in India, parties are prohibited from executing anti-competitive agreements.
Vaish Associates Advocates
The Competition Commission of India has imposed a fine totalling INR 2544 crore rupees on 14 car manufacturers for violating the Competition Act, 2002.
Nishith Desai Associates
2014 marked a remarkable change in how the Indian economy was viewed internationally when the largest democracy in the world gave itself a new and stable government.
Singh & Associates
With progress comes new set of challenges; same is true in context of the challenges faced by Indian Competition watchdog.
Jones Day
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has continued its focus on the healthcare and life sciences sectors this year.
Singh & Associates
The Indian pharmaceutical industry is emerging as one of the most prospective markets in the global strata in terms of its potential.
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