Competition Enforcement and Litigation in Canada

 
Competition Enforcement and Litigation in Canada
Author(s):
 
ISBN:
978-1-55239-643-8
 
Publisher:
Emond Publishing
 
Page Count:
1200
 
Status:
Coming Soon
 
Publication Date:
October 2018
 
Subjects:
Administrative Law; Business, Corporate, and Commercial Law; Civil Litigation and Procedure; Criminal Law and Procedure
 
 
 
 
 

The enforcement of competition law in Canada is multi-faceted, encompassing public and private enforcement. Competition Enforcement and Litigation in Canada aims to provide a thorough, practical guide to all aspects of competition enforcement and litigation, and demystify the way in which various competition practices and procedures operate.

This definitive treatise substantially outlines the analytical framework required for effectively examining competition law issues, including each reviewable practice and criminal offence under the Competition Act. Author Antonio Di Domenico offers an in-depth exploration of the practice of competition enforcement and litigation in both civil and criminal contexts, as well as the Competition Bureau’s immunity and leniency programs, and merger notification and review process. Various processes and procedures are broken down to a granular level, allowing readers to have a better understanding of the nature of competition law as a whole.

The book’s extensive and well-organized coverage makes it an excellent teaching tool for those newer to the topic, as well as a valuable reference guide for more experienced practitioners. Whether you are an expert or a novice in competition law, this text will help expand and clarify your understanding and implementation of the law.

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  • Foreword by John Pecman, Commissioner of Competition (2013-2018)
  • Comprehensive outlines of the adjudicative processes and procedures for criminal, Competition Tribunal, and class action proceedings under the Competition Act
  • Step-by-step guidance on the Competition Bureau’s immunity and leniency programs
  • Detailed discussion of the Competition Bureau’s merger notification and review process
  • Complete framework for each criminal offence and civil reviewable practice under the Competition Act, including the elements of conduct, applicable onuses, defenses, exceptions, and remedies
  • Comprehensive outline of the nature of and procedure for the Competition Bureau’s investigations of civil and criminal matters and evidence gathering powers
  • Chapter structure reflects the competition enforcement and litigation process
  • Useful government documents and statutes included in the appendix

Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview of Competition Enforcement
Chapter 2: Investigations by the Commissioner of Competition
Chapter 3: Evidence Gathering
Chapter 4: Competition Law Offences
Chapter 5: Criminal Process, Procedure, and Remedies for Competition Offences
Chapter 6: The Competition Bureau’s Immunity and Leniency Programs
Chapter 7: Reviewable Practices under the Competition Act: An Overview
Chapter 8: Reviewable Practices Under Part VIII of the Competition Act: Unilateral Conduct, Non-Criminal Agreements Between Competitors and Mergers
Chapter 9: Reviewable Practices Under Part VII.1 of the Competition Act: Deceptive Marketing
Chapter 10: Proceedings Before Canada’s Competition Tribunal: The Adjudicative Process and Procedure
Chapter 11: Private Enforcement and Class Actions

 
 
 
 
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Competition Enforcement and Litigation in Canada

Format: Print
Cover: Hardcover
Colour: Two Colour
Status: Coming Soon
ISBN/ISSN:978-1-55239-643-8

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