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Private Equity In The Cross-Hairs Of The Competition Regulator: Lessons Learned From Thoma Bravo
In recent years, competition/antitrust enforcers around the world, including Canada, have taken a marked interest in private equity deals. As part of a broader global trend of tougher merger
Canada
28 Aug 2019
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Chambers Global Practice Guide – Merger Control 2019
The guide covers the important developments in the most significant jurisdictions
Canada
14 Aug 2019
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US DOJ Policy Shift Highlighting Importance Of Corporate Compliance Programs
US DOJ Policy Shift Highlighting Importance of Corporate Compliance Programs.
Canada
19 Jul 2019
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Brave New Digital World – Canadian Government Announces Digital Charter
The Digital Charter will outline what Canadians can expect from both the government and the private sector as it relates to the digital landscape.
Canada
30 May 2019
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Revised Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines: Updates And Reminders From The Competition Bureau
On March 13 2019, the Competition Bureau (the "Bureau") released an updated version of its Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines ("IPEGs").
Canada
8 May 2019
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Proposed Revisions To The CCB's Immunity Program: Minor Recalibration Or Significant Shift?
According to the press release, the program is being updated to increase transparency and predictability in light of legal and policy developments.
Canada
2 Feb 2018
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Have Mercy: The Competition Bureau Publishes Revised Immunity And Leniency FAQs
On September 25, 2013, the Competition Bureau published revised sets of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for its Immunity and Leniency Programs.
Canada
26 Oct 2013
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Unprecedented $30 Million Fine Imposed By Ontario Court For Bid-Rigging Offences
On April 18, 2013 before Justice L.D. Ratushny of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, a Japanese supplier of motor vehicle components, Yazaki Corporation ("Yazaki") pleaded guilty to three counts of bid-rigging, in violation of subsection 47(2) of the Competition Act.
Canada
24 Apr 2013
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Ontario Court Orders Largest Fine in Canadian History for Bid-Rigging Offence
On April 4, 2013 before Justice L. De Sousa of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, a Japanese supplier of motor vehicle components, Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. ("Furukawa"), pleaded guilty for bid-rigging, in violation of subsection 47(2) of the Competition Act.
Canada
13 Apr 2013
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Criminal And Related Antitrust Developments In 2012: Canada And The World
This article outlines the major global criminal and related antitrust developments in 2012, with a focus on Canada.
Canada
11 Apr 2013
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Dramatic Conclusion to Six Months of Uncertainty under the Investment Canada Act: Government Approves Two Acquisitions by State Owned Enterprises and Issues New SOE Guidance
Yesterday (December 7, 2012), Canada’s Industry Minister announced that he had approved, under the Investment Canada Act, the proposed acquisitions by CNOOC, a Chinese stated-owned enterprise ("SOE") of Nexen, an oil and gas company with significant oil sands assets, and Petronas, a Malaysian SOE of Progress Energy, a natural gas producer.
Canada
13 Dec 2012
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Antitrust/Competition & Marketing Group 2008 Year In Review - Criminal Matters And Other Competition Law Developments
This bulletin is the second in a series of bulletins on developments in competition and foreign investment review law during 2008.
Canada
23 Jul 2009
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2006 Year in Review: Cartels and other Criminal Matters, Class Actions and Private Access
Record fines were imposed for a domestic conspiracy involving Cascades Fine Papers Group Inc., Domtar Inc., and Unisource Canada Inc. Each accused pleaded guilty in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to two counts of conspiring to lessen competition unduly in contravention of section 45 (conspiracy) of the Competition Act (the "Act").
Canada
23 Mar 2007
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