Restraints of trade and dominance in Australia

External publications Written by Sar Katdare (Partner), Andrew Willekes (Special Counsel)

Partners Sar Katadare and Andrew Willekes share insights on restraints of trade and dominance in Australia as part of Thompson Reuters’ Practical Law Competition Global Guide: Restraints of Trade and Dominance. The Guide includes monopolies and abuses of market power, regulatory authorities and the regulatory framework, the scope of rules, exemptions, exclusions, statutes of limitation, notification, investigations, penalties and enforcement, third party damages claims, EU law, joint ventures and proposals for reform.

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