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Brexit, Competition And Merger Control: Changes To The EU/UK Regimes (Video)
Richard, great to see you again. We're going to talk today, I'm afraid, about the "B" word, Brexit. This has been on everybody's minds for three years now, or longer in some cases.
European Union
23 Oct 2019
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ONCA Permits Pleading Amendments Asserting Validity Of Previously Invalidated Patent Following Nexium Decision
This decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal (ONCA) arises in the context of a novel action brought by Apotex seeking damages for the delayed market entry of its generic version of Sanofi's blockbuster ramipril drug.
Canada
22 Nov 2018
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Highlights Of Competition Law Enforcement In Canada, 2016: Civil Matters
A number of significant non-criminal matters were concluded in 2016, by way of negotiated settlement or decisions by the Competition Tribunal
Canada
8 Feb 2017
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IP Monitor - Settlement Agreement Restricting Grey Marketing Is Not An Unreasonable Restraint Of Trade
In Mars Canada Inc. v Bemco Cash & Carry Inc., 2016 ONSC 7201 (November 18, 2016), the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has granted Mars Canada Inc. summary judgment.
Canada
19 Dec 2016
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Fuel Hauler Runs Out Of Gas As Supreme Court Of Canada Dismisses Its Appeal That Joint Purchase Agreement Is Anti-Competitive
The Supreme Court of Canada recently ruled1 legitimate oil and gas joint ventures are not anti-competitive.
Canada
7 Feb 2014
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Leniency Exception Removed From Public Works And Government Services Canada Integrity Policy
The federal government’s procurement department, Public Works and Government Services Canada, recently announced an important change to the provisions of its Supply Manual that relate to integrity
Canada
13 Dec 2012
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Supreme Court Of Canada To Consider Indirect Purchaser Rights In Price-Fixing Class Actions
On December 1, 2011, the Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to appeal from a pair of British Columbia Court of Appeal decisions that overturned orders certifying price-fixing claims as class actions.
Canada
8 Dec 2011
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Bar Orders In Price Fixing Class Action Settlements: The Uncertainty Continues
The Supreme Court of Canada recently dismissed an application for leave to appeal from decisions of the Ontario Court of Appeal and the British Columbia Court of Appeal, which had upheld the approval of a partial settlement reached with two out of five chocolate manufacturers against whom class actions were proposed in Ontario and British Columbia.
Canada
27 Sep 2011
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The Long Arm Of Canadian Courts – BC Considers Jurisdiction Over Foreign Defendants In Competition Class Actions
A recent decision of the British Columbia Supreme Court in the context of a proposed class action illustrates the willingness of the court to exercise jurisdiction over foreign parties, particularly as it relates to competition-related proceedings.
Canada
18 Aug 2011
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Quebec Company Fined $425,000 For Bid-Rigging
On July 19, Les Entreprises Promécanic Ltée (Promécanic) pleaded guilty to three counts of bid-rigging before the Superior Court of Quebec and was fined $425,000.
Canada
12 Aug 2011
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A Year Of Significant Change: From "Per Se" To "Made In Canada"
In 2009, Canada made significant amendments to its competition and foreign investment laws, including introducing a "per se" criminal offence for conspiracies and emulating aspects of the pre-merger notification system in the United States.
Canada
18 Feb 2010
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Possible Change In The Canadian Landscape For Price-Fixing Class Action Certification
Two recent decisions in Ontario and British Columbia certifying class actions alleging price fixing indicate that the courts in Canada may be adopting a new approach to these types of claims, potentially opening the door to more litigation in this area.
Canada
2 Dec 2009
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