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April / May 2001

Poland's new competition law - Immunity from competition "fool's paradise" - An interview with Sitesh Bhojani

Antitrust in the age of collaborative commerce
  1. Immunity from competition is a fool's paradise
  2. Bertelsmann hires Joel Klein
  3. Former FTC man to head O'Melveny antitrust group
  4. Matheson Ormsby appoints new EU competition head
  5. Muris to replace Pitofsky at the FTC
  6. Hengeler Mueller poaches Hans-Jorg Niemeyer in first lateral hire
  7. Covington hopes to make it third time lucky as Garza leaves
  8. Bos returns to Brussels
  9. Orrick recruits US antitrust specialist
  10. Global Competition Forum launched
  11. DoJ Commerce expert Stark joins Wilmer Cutler
  12. 'Conservative' set to replace Joel Klein
  13. BT's Alan Whitfield moves to KLegal
  14. Argentine competition head resigns after a week in office
  15. Mexican regulator to join Lopez Velarde as antitrust partner
  16. UK banks in 'complex monopoly' probe
  17. Heinz acquires Dutch food multinational
  18. Lufthansa alliance under investigation
  19. Carrefour sells frozen food subsidiary Picard
  20. RJB Mining gets rivals' deal annulled
  21. MRW sees off disclosure threat
  22. Spanish generator at centre of tug-of-war
  23. Billiton/BHP merger will create largest resorces group
  24. Reed Elsevier in bid for Harcourt General
  25. Global trade faces jumbo-sized problem
  26. Antitrust in the age of collaborative commerce
  27. Poland's new Competition Law
  28. Modernisation at the silver anniversary of the HSR Act
  29. The Commission's Notice on remedies
  30. The pitfalls of seeking cartel leniency
  31. Balancing IP rights and competition: The search for a coherent policy continues
  32. The Global Competition Forum: beyond Ditchley
  33. An interview with Sitesh Bhojani
  34. Argentina: More flexible procedure for merger notification and control
  35. Australia: High Court affirms primacy of distribution system
  36. Austria: The 'Formil' case: media diversity and merger control
  37. Canada: Competition Bureau seeks to stop anticompetitive practices by Air Canada
  38. Denmark: Agreements to fix taxi fares in local districts anti-competitive
  39. Denmark: Simplified procedure under new merger control regime proves a success
  40. EU: Commission ignored state aid in approving coal merger, says court
  41. Finland: 'Subscription ownership' discounts incompatible with Competition Act
  42. France: Fine for abuse of dominance in the TV advertising market
  43. Germany: Customers hampered in efforts to change electricity supplier
  44. Ireland: Competition Authority explores possible cartel immunity programme
  45. Italy: Merger control as an instrument of market liberalisation: Enel/Infostrada
  46. Netherlands: First court ruling on Competition Authority's merger decisions
  47. New Zealand: Shell/Fletcher deal highlights Commission's more relaxed approach
  48. Poland: De minimis and the rule of reason under the new Competition Act
  49. Spain: Merger of two main electricity suppliers abandoned
  50. Sweden: Competition Authority had little choice but to oppose concentration
  51. United Kingdom: OFT launches investigation into CD market

April / May 2001