The 15th annual edition of The Antitrust Review of the Americas, delivers specialist intelligence and research to help navigate America's increasingly complex competition regimes. The report concentrates in large measure on the world's largest economy, the United States. Leading US antitrust lawyers produce an introduction to the laws that govern antitrust matters in the US, these laws are put into context by our authors, who review their application over the past year and analyse the developing case law and economic theories which guide their interpretation. The report then turns to Canada whilst overviews of other jurisdictions in the Americas follow. The report includes 11 US overviews or substantive areas and industry sectors plus 15 country chapters.
Global Competition Review is delighted to publish the ninth annual edition of The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review, one of a series of special reports that deliver specialist intelligence and research designed to help subscribers successfully navigate the world’s increasingly complex competition regimes. Read in conjunction with The European Antitrust Review and The Antitrust Review of the Americas, it gives general counsel, government agencies and private practice lawyers unparalleled annual insights into the development of the world’s competition regimes.
The growth in recent years of the Asia-Pacific economies and the importance of competition regulation in the region make the need for a clear and concise guide to its antitrust and trade laws greater than ever. The approach of this report has been to introduce the reader to the major themes in Asia-Pacific antitrust and trade in the context of a global economy. The report also presents an overview of the competition laws of the region’s biggest economies.
The 14th annual edition of The European Antitrust Review, delivers specialist intelligence and research to help navigate Europe's increasingly complex competition regimes. Leading EU competition lawyers produce an introduction to EU laws and these are put into context by our authors who review their application over the past year and analyse the developing case law and economic theories which guide their interpretation.