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Competition Inspections in 21 Jurisdictions

Apr 21, 2022 Publications < 1 read

The third volume of the Competition Inspections in 21 Jurisdictions brings together distinguished practitioners from around the world to provide an in-depth analysis of the legal and practical aspects of competition inspections. Each country chapter comprises a series of questions and answers outlining the legal basis and scope of powers under relevant local legislation, the key stages of a dawn raid, the rights and obligations of a company subject to an inspection, and the prospects of judicial review. Illuminated by the expertise of the authors, the chapters outline steps which should be taken to ensure that a company facing an inspection may respond in an efficient manner while minimizing legal risk.

The book is a necessary and essential guide for both in-house and outside counsel to ensure that an effective internal response strategy is put in place before being confronted with an inspection.

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