Canada's Abuse Of Dominance Guidelines Too Vague, ABA Says

Law360, New York (May 23, 2012, 5:04 PM EDT) -- Two American Bar Association sections on Tuesday told Canada's competition watchdog that its recently released guidelines for reining in companies that abuse their dominant market position left questions unanswered and made it hard for businesses to comply with the law.

The ABA's antitrust and international law sections said that while they generally support a decision by Canada's Competition Bureau to provide guidance on its enforcement of abuse of dominance provisions contained in the country's competition law, the watchdog's streamlined guidelines gave only vague direction to companies...
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