Criminal Sanctions Loom For Australian Cartels
The criminal sanctions are set to take effect next year. They were put forth about eight months ago, and stem from the so-called Dawson Report in 2003, which outlined a number of ways to dramatically update Australia’s antitrust rules.
“This is a very big deal," said Bruce Lloyd, a partner at the Australian law firm Clayton Utz. "This...
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