Mondaq Asia Pacific: Anti-trust/Competition Law
Holding Redlich
The newsletter includes summaries and links to recent media releases and cases relating to competition and consumer law.
King & Wood Mallesons
Australia's competition policy framework and laws are currently undergoing a wide-ranging review – the first since 2003.
Mayer Brown JSM
The past decade has seen a significant shift in the competitive landscape of China's science and technology sector.
King & Wood Mallesons
The item analyzes antitrust issues in special inspections, to provide advice for compliance in the pharmaceutical sector.
King & Wood Mallesons
This explores the First Conduct Rule and its significance for companies preparing for implementation of the Ordinance.
King & Wood Mallesons
This one-day conference promises to be a unique platform to discuss the hottest issues of Antitrust and Economics.
King & Wood Mallesons
The First Conduct Rule targets anti-competitive agreements, including serious price coordination between competitors.
Orrick
On Mar. 2, 2015, China’s National Development and Reform Commission ("NDRC") published its decision in the Qualcomm case, which resulted in a $975 million fine against Qualcomm for alleged violations of the Anti-Monopoly Law.
Orrick
China’s State Administration for Industry & Commerce has published its long-awaited regulations regarding the use of intellectual property rights to eliminate or restrict competition.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
On April 7, 2015, China’s State Administration of Industry and Commerce of the PRC (the "SAIC") issued the long-anticipated Provisions on the Prohibition of the Abuse of Intellectual Property Rights to Eliminate or Restrain Competition (关于禁止滥用知识产权排除、限制竞争行为的规定; the "IP Guideline"), which will come into effect on August 1, 2015.
King & Wood Mallesons
These principles offer guidance and rules for future anti-monopoly litigation, especially for abuse of market dominance.
Jones Day
After years of discussions, China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce finally has released its guidelines on the application of the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law to intellectual property rights.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
So far in China there have not been any published decisions regarding price-fixing or other anti-competitive agreements based on concerted action by competitors.
Mayer Brown JSM
Margin squeeze is a form of exclusionary abuse where a (fully or partially) vertically integrated business controlling a key input or facility in the upstream market sells that input to its downstream rivals at substantially less favourable terms, to strengthen its own market power in the downstream market and hamper the ability of downstream rivals to compete effectively.
Mayer Brown JSM
Businesses are generally free to decide with whom they will do business.
Mayer Brown JSM
The Commencement Notice for the Competition Ordinance (Cap. 619) was gazetted today, appointing 14 December 2015 as the date for full enforcement of the Ordinance.
Mayer Brown JSM
Exclusive dealing is a vertical arrangement where one party is obligated to deal exclusively with another party, to the exclusion of their competitors.
Mayer Brown JSM
At a wholesale level, tying occurs if a supplier agrees to sell one product to a distributor on condition that the distributor purchases all of its requirements of a separate product from the supplier.
Mayer Brown JSM
Price wars among competitors are often a positive sign of healthy competition.
Mayer Brown JSM
We mentioned last week that businesses with a substantial degree of market power are under a special responsibility not to abuse their power.
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The newsletter includes links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to competition and consumer law.
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Holding Redlich
The newsletter includes summaries and links to recent media releases and cases relating to competition and consumer law.
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