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New car retail industry on notice: ACCC releases final report

Australia - December 21 2017 Australian car dealers and importers will need to upgrade their consumer law compliance to avoid ACCC investigations particularly in the areas of...

Gab Royle, Adrian Kuti.

A concerted leg up for companies and their advisers selling shares through bookbuilds

Australia, United Kingdom - December 7 2017 The new laws will underpin the competitive nature of the bidding process to the advantage of issuers and their managers enhanced of course where...

Michael Corrigan, Stuart Byrne, Gab Royle.

New concerted practice laws can apply to IPO pricing - a lesson for Australia

Australia - December 7 2017 IPO managers will need to consider the concerted practice laws when they consider how to sound out their clients to price the IPO. A recent decision...

Michael Corrigan, Gab Royle.

Is the fine condign? First Australian criminal cartel conviction attracts heavy fine and possible double punishment

Australia - August 11 2017 The Federal Court has provided its first sentencing remarks for a breach of the criminal cartel provisions in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010...

Mihkel Wilding.

Ten percent of what annual turnover? Cartel penalties to be clarified by ACCC appeal in Yazaki cartel case

Australia - July 21 2017 An appeal against the decision in ACCC v Yazaki Corporation (No 3) 2017 FCA 465 may shed more light on the correct method by which courts may award...

Michael Corrigan.