The head of Chile’s National Economic Prosecutor has left the authority after eight and a half years at the helm.
Argentine firm Bruchou Fernández Madero & Lombardi has hired Gabriel Lozano, a former general counsel at global agribusiness company Syngenta in Latin America, to lead its competition practice.
Argentina’s competition authority has called for a €1.3 million penalty on the country’s music copyright association for excessive pricing on the licences it granted hotels to play the copyrighted music.
The years of “file and forget” are a bygone era for Brazil’s antitrust lawyers, who face off against one of the best enforcers in the world in the Administrative Council for Economic Defence, and comprise a legion of accomplished and savvy competition specialists across a score of law firms. Charles McConnell sees how the firms stack up to each other three years after GCR’s last Brazil bar survey
Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defence needs to increase the predictability and reliability of its leniency programme, a former commissioner at the authority said yesterday. Charles McConnell in Campos do Jordão, Brazil
The head of Chile’s National Economic Prosecutor has left the authority after eight-and-a-half years at the helm.
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