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The repeal of the IP exception - competition law exposure in the pharmaceutical and life sciences sector
Any IP licensing agreement that could affect competition, should be reviewed now to ensure competition compliance.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
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It is time to act! Consumer Data Right (CDR) in the banking sector is looming
CDR will allow Australians to access their financial data and aims to encourage more competition in the banking sector.
Australia
28 Jun 2019
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Syndicated loans - Australian competition law primer
Syndicated lending is a well-established way for banks to share risk in financing projects, but can reduce competition.
Australia
17 Jun 2019
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Restraints on competition through the licensing of IP - the effect of the repeal of the IP exception
Any licensing agreement that may affect competition, even if the agreement has already been in place, should be reviewed.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
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FBI and ACCC commit to sharing antitrust enforcement expertise
The Memorandum of Cooperation will strengthen the agencies' ability to combat cartels and other anticompetitive conduct.
Australia
23 May 2019
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Seven deadly sins of joint ventures under competition law in the energy and resources sectors
This article identifies seven competition law pitfalls in joint ventures in the energy and resources sectors.
Australia
22 Feb 2019
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Competition / antitrust, the constant constraint on pharmaceuticals, healthcare and life sciences - where the action has been in 2018 and what lies ahead
The article covers recent investigations, actions, outcomes and future trends in competition law in this industry sector.
Australia
6 Feb 2019
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Is your enterprise too small for competition clearance?
All enterprises, irrespective of size, should consider the effect a prospective M&A transaction may have on competition.
Australia
26 Nov 2018
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Merger pre-completion - ACCC takes action on gun jumping
'Gun jumping' is when the merger parties, who are also competitors, move to merge before completion of the acquisition.
Australia
27 Jul 2018
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Batman or joker? The critical role of technology in fuelling change, improving customer experience, and enabling misconduct
The ACCC has launched an inquiry into the impact of digital platforms on competition in media and advertising markets.
Australia
26 May 2018
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World first inquiry into digital platforms in the media sector
This Inquiry will focus on the impact of digital platforms on competition in the media and advertising services markets.
Australia
8 Mar 2018
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Managing your products when a patent expires – how good brand management can maintain product and brand awareness, and build market share
A branding strategy is a long term plan for the development of successful product marketing through brand awareness.
Australia
24 Nov 2017
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Do you need a market power health check?
Multinationals and big businesses need to review their practices because of Harper review changes to competition law.
Australia
10 Nov 2017
14
Imminent Australian competition law changes present new risks and opportunities
The changes respond to the recommendations of the Competition Policy Review, chaired by Professor Ian Harper in 2015.
Australia
23 Oct 2017
15
Misuse of market power prohibition broadened for businesses
Businesses with potential market power should review all current arrangements, existing practices and future strategies.
Australia
23 Oct 2017
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Agent v Principal? Agency in Australian competition law
The High Court found the agent (Flight Centre) was in competition with airlines to supply international airline tickets.
Australia
4 Aug 2017
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Cartel conduct – not such a foreign concept for Australian franchisors
Franchisors must understand the term to ensure that they do not engage in any conduct that may constitute cartel conduct.
Australia
24 Apr 2017
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What are the competition implications of digital disruption?
This article provides a summary of the types of competition issues arising and some useful background and context.
Australia
24 Apr 2017
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Can public price announcements be an invitation to collude? The EU's liner shipping investigation
In its preliminary findings, the Commission did indicate that the price announcements could constitute price signalling.
Australia
16 Nov 2016
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Agricultural competitiveness in Australia – a new focus of the regulator
A commitment to strengthen the agriculture sector was articulated in the 2015 Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper.
Australia
27 Jul 2016
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