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The ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry: what it means for the advertising industry
Discussion around the fact that the ACCC is concerned about the state of competition in the digital advertising industry.
Australia
18 Sep 2019
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How the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry affects your business
The inquiry has provided a platform for the ACCC to seek law reforms that would impact businesses across the board.
Australia
6 Sep 2019
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Nailed! Marque Lawyers semi-regular wrap up of who has been sprung by the ACCC and how much it cost
This article includes summaries of recent cases involving the ACCC, cartel conduct, competition and environmental claims.
Australia
29 Aug 2019
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Adlands #ditchthepitch has a competition law glitch
Recently there has been a move for agencies to join together to 'ditch the pitch', which could be seen as cartel conduct.
Australia
12 Jul 2019
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Welcome to the thunderdome: TPG/Vodafone vs GSK/Pfizer and the real impact of conflicting ACCC merger decisions
There is uncertainty in assessing when the ACCC will refuse a merger for the reason that it might substantially lessen competition.
Australia
21 May 2019
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Nailed! Marque Lawyers semi-regular wrap up of whos been sprung by the ACCC and how much it cost
This article includes summaries of recent cases involving the ACCC, competition, consumer law and misleading conduct.
Australia
23 Apr 2019
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Meriton gets off lightly with $3M fine for fiddling with TripAdvisor reviews
Meriton has been hit with a $3M penalty for false representations based on conduct with its TripAdvisor reviews.
Australia
10 Aug 2018
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ACCC takes aim in first M&A gun jumping prosecution
The term refers to an M&A transaction between competitors, who combine or coordinate, before completing the M&A deal.
Australia
28 Jul 2018
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Nailed! Marque Lawyers semi-regular wrap up of whos been sprung by the ACCC and how much it cost
This article includes summaries of recent cases involving the ACCC, cartels and misleading and deceptive conduct.
Australia
12 Jul 2018
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Marque explainer: what is going on with the banks and criminal cartel charges?
The DPP is prosecuting this alleged cartel conduct as a criminal offence, which suggests that the ACCC is confident.
Australia
8 Jun 2018
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Flight Centre pays $12.5M price fixing penalty, while ACCC says future penalties will be up, up and away
The ACCC investigated, prosecution ensued, and it boiled up into one of the biggest competition cases ever.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Big changes to competition laws just came into effect
These changes include the misuse of market power effects test, along with other reforms stemming from the Harper Review.
Australia
13 Nov 2017
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AEMC draft rule to promote a competitive market in distributed energy resources
AEMC, the rule maker for the Australian electricity market, has introduced a draft rule to facilitate competition.
Australia
13 Sep 2017
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The misuse of market power effects test: ignore it at your peril
Businesses with a strong market position should be aware that some behaviour that was legal before will soon be illegal.
Australia
3 Sep 2017
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Nailed! Marque Lawyers semi-regular wrap up of whos been sprung by the ACCC and how much it cost them
This article includes summaries of recent cases involving the ACCC, cartels and misleading and deceptive conduct.
Australia
23 Aug 2017
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High Court rules on air cargo cartel and market definition in Australia
The air cargo cartel decision still has a lot of relevance for international businesses managing competition compliance.
Australia
23 Aug 2017
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Nailed! Marque Lawyers' semi-regular wrap up of who's been sprung by the ACCC
This article includes summaries of recent cases involving the ACCC, cartels and misleading and deceptive conduct.
Australia
22 Aug 2016
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Misuse of market power and the new effects test: what it means for business
The proposed new rules for misuse of market power will have serious implications for big business compliance costs.
Australia
28 Mar 2016
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Egg industry cartel case fails. Pro-life chickens rejoice
Successful cartel prosecutions are as rare as hen's teeth, and in most cases you'll only get circumstantial evidence.
Australia
24 Feb 2016
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ACCC prosecutes CFMEU over Boral boycotts
It all started when the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union fell out with construction company Grocon.
Australia
30 Nov 2014
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