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Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulation 2020

February 2020 Publications Dr. A. Neil Campbell*, Guy Pinsonnault

Cartel activity is the top enforcement priority for virtually every competition agency. Leniency programs continue to evolve and coordination between agencies on international cases is increasing.  While new cartel investigations appear to have dropped off somewhat, the complexity and risks for firms that are involved in potential activity is at an all-time high.

McMillan’s Competition Group has been at the forefront of cartel investigations and class action litigation in Canada over the past two decades, and we hope the Canada chapter we have prepared for this volume will be a valuable reference for managing any Canadian issues that you may encounter.

For the Canadian chapter of Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulation 2020, click here.

For the full report of Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulation 2020, click here.

Accreditation: Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulation 2020 (Published: November 2019). For further information please visit www.gettingthedealthrough.com.

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