Competition Law Compliance Programmes: An Interdisciplinary by Johannes Paha

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By Johannes Paha

This e-book reports and provides antitrust legislation compliance programmes from diversified angles. those programmes were more and more carried out and sophisticated by way of enterprises over fresh years, and diverse points of this subject were researched. The contributions during this booklet expand past the therapy of criminal concerns and convey how attorneys, economists, psychologists, and enterprise students will help layout antitrust legislations compliance programmes extra successfully and run them extra efficiently.

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Fr€ ubing and K. H€ uschelrath treated by selected competition authorities. In the European Union, the Commission has never granted a fine reduction because of the existence of a CLCP at the time of the infringement (see Wils 2013). However, in some of its older decisions between 1982 and 2001, the Commission reduced the corporate fines in case of full cooperation of the respective firm and proof of undertaken measures to implement a CLCP to avoid future infringements. In its more recent decisions since 2001, however, the Commission (as well as the European courts) refrained from providing such fine reductions as they do not alter the reality of the infringement found in the respective case (see Wils 2013).

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