Magazines

June / July 1999

Andrew Lipman on US mergers - Competition and telecoms in Canada - Corporate counsel at BT, BC Telus and Telenor

SBC's Edward Whitacre
  1. Regulators square off over international enforcement
  2. Microsoft trial set to resume
  3. McCain criticises FCC
  4. Toys ‘R’ Us settles with states, FTC appeal continues
  5. Shareholders approve Exxon/ Mobil
  6. Chevron/ Texaco seen as stalled
  7. AirTran to complain about Delta
  8. EU welcomes Coca-Cola’s climbdown on Cadbury- Schweppes
  9. EU to investigate Telenor/ Telia
  10. Italy’s antitrust authority investigates sports broadcasting
  11. Italy’s antitrust authority clears Mannesman/ Infostrada
  12. UK authority tackles ice cream
  13. JFTC OKs flat glass market
  14. Transatlantic competition department for Clifford Chance Rogers & Wells
  15. New Clifford Chance partner named
  16. Linklaters hires Gide partner
  17. Jeantet goes to London
  18. Merger for European Six
  19. Houthoff Buruma
  20. Italian mergers
  21. Boesebeck Droste gains competition partner
  22. Coudert in Frankfurt
  23. Freshfields’ new partners
  24. Reshuffle at London Economics
  25. Brussels telecoms
  26. Advice for future head of Competition
  27. AT&T/ MediaOne
  28. IBM/ ATT
  29. Japan Telecom joint venture
  30. DoJ brings antitrust case against American Airlines
  31. Vitamin cartel
  32. BP Amoco/ Arco
  33. Inquiry into UK new car market
  34. Supermarket enquiry
  35. Rhone-Poulenc/ Hoechst
  36. Aetna/ Prudential Life
  37. Coca-Cola/ Orangina
  38. Goodrich/ Coltec
  39. DaimlerChrysler price fixing probe
  40. Pearson Group's newspaper joint ventures
  41. Alstom/ ABB
  42. Maersk/ SCL
  43. Communication is the New World Order
  44. New era for EU telecoms
  45. ABA Spring Meeting
  46. Heated US Senate considers telecoms
  47. US telecom mergers placed under the regulatory microscope
  48. Competition Bureau advocacy in the Canadian telecoms sector
  49. Treviso conference praises Commission’s role
  50. An interview with Giuseppe Tesauro
  51. Antitrust searches for 'middle ground'
  52. US business gets its say on competition policy
  53. Argentina: YPF fined for anti-competitive pricing policy
  54. Australia: ACCC conducts public inquiries into the declaration of telecoms services
  55. Belgium: Reform of competition law leaves questions unanswered
  56. Canada: Bureau releases draft of Cooperating Parties Program
  57. Czech Republic: Government seeks to enhance telecoms competition with third mobile phone operator
  58. Denmark: Joint use of transmission infrastructure exempted
  59. EU: White Paper heralds major reform of competition enforcement rules
  60. Finland: Price conciliation clauses mean utility did not abuse its dominance
  61. France: Merger control cases under the aegis of the Conseil d’Etat
  62. Germany: New rules offer greater scope for conditional merger clearances
  63. Italy: Draft decree on postal market liberalisation falls short of the mark
  64. Malaysia: Communications and Multimedia Act first to promote competition
  65. Mexico: FCC guidelines on the use of indices in merger analysis paramount
  66. Netherlands: Competition Authority endorses PTT Post's charges for PO box services
  67. New Zealand: Debate over role of common law control of monopoly pricing
  68. Panama: Parties preparing pleadings in first competition case
  69. Romania: Competition Law faces privatisations
  70. Spain: Reform of merger control rules introduces mandatory regime
  71. Sweden: Rulings on cooperation between forestry companies
  72. Switzerland: Criteria for calculating failure to notify penalties
  73. Taiwan: Amendments to Fair Trade Law
  74. United Kingdom: OFT publishes first Competition Act guidelines
  75. USA: Fine for partner who wrongly certified HSR filing
  76. Venezuela: US soda ash producer guilty of abusing dominance
  77. Franchising: Franchising legislation in Asia takes its cue from US

June / July 1999