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ACCC announces compliance and enforcement priorities for 2018
Businesses should expect the ACCC to be proactive during 2018 and to seek to enforce the new provisions of the CCA.
Australia
2 Mar 2018
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What is the big deal? Media mergers and the new role of the ACCC in merger authorisations
Parties to a merger should look at potential wider public benefits and detriments that may occur beyond their own market.
Australia
2 Feb 2018
3
A concerted leg up for companies and their advisers selling shares through bookbuilds
The ACCC published Interim Guidelines which are designed to assist companies determine what concerted practices are.
Australia
14 Dec 2017
4
Harper reforms to Australian competition law in effect
Businesses in Australia must comply with new laws governing misuse of market power, concerted practices, and cartels.
Australia
7 Nov 2017
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CU LAB: Doing Business in Australia? Merger clearance and competition law
The ACCC heads an active merger control and competition regime, and has also indicated an increased review process.
Australia
15 Oct 2017
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CU LAB: Doing Business in Australia? Cartel regulation
This issue of CU LAB discusses cartel regulation in Australia, which is one of the ACCC's key enforcement activities.
Australia
15 Oct 2017
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Misuse of market power reforms pass Senate
Firms with market power need to carefully consider whether their proposed conduct could be said to lessen competition.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
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Lessons learned and messages received: the ACCC seeks more information in informal merger clearances
Merger parties involved in complex transactions should anticipate more rigorous substantive reviews before the ACCC.
Australia
21 Aug 2017
9
Ten percent of what annual turnover? Cartel penalties to be clarified by ACCC appeal in Yazaki cartel case
This decision may affect corporations currently being investigated or prosecuted by the ACCC for alleged cartel conduct.
Australia
23 Jul 2017
10
Significant competition changes proposed to the National Access Regime
This Bill represents the second stage of implementing reforms recommended by the Review chaired by Professor Ian Harper.
Australia
26 May 2017
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Playing by the rules: the law of social media competitions and promotions
Online competitions or promotions could inadvertently expose businesses to financial penalties and reputational damage.
Australia
2 May 2017
12
The Vodafone / Sky merger: no clearance from the NZ Commerce Commission
The NZ Commerce Commission blocked a proposed merger that would bundle Pay TV rights with telecommunications services.
Australia
24 Mar 2017
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Review price parity and principal / agent arrangements now, following Flight Centre decision
The Flight Centre decision could impact any price parity / MFN clauses and many principal / agent relationships.
Australia
21 Dec 2016
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Normal commercial conduct not unconscionable, says Federal Court
The Court found that a general scheme to regularise negotiations with suppliers fell well short of being unconscionable.
Australia
15 Dec 2016
15
Get ready now for the misuse of market power reforms
This Bill is the first formal step to implement competition reforms recommended by the Harper Competition Policy Review.
Australia
5 Dec 2016
16
Expedia and Booking.com's narrow price parity clauses OK, say ACCC - for now
The ACCC's view is that this will increase competition between major online travel sites for hotel bookings in Australia.
Australia
16 Sep 2016
17
Harper Bill and related competition law reforms released for consultation
Major changes to Australian competition laws are closer with these consultation packages implementing Harper reforms.
Australia
8 Sep 2016
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Opening up the WA residential and small business electricity market to competition
The WA Government is considering the steps needed to implement full retail contestability in the WA electricity market.
Australia
5 Sep 2016
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Australia pursues its first criminal cartel prosecution
Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha pleaded guilty to criminal cartel conduct in the Federal Court.
Australia
27 Jul 2016
20
ACCC wins air cargo appeal on broader view of the international reach of Australian competition law
This won't affect new cartel cases, but the air cargo cartel case is important for understanding a market in Australia.
Australia
6 Apr 2016
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