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An Old Friend in New Clothes – Competition Law Insight

Author: Mark C. Katz

Davies partner Mark Katz examines the Competition Bureau’s recently sharpened focus pricing conduct in areas including price discrimination, predatory pricing, geographic price discrimination, promotional allowances and price maintenance.

Read the full article for insight into the Bureau’s draft enforcement guidelines on the civil price maintenance provision and the federal government’s announcement on a new civil prohibition against “unjustified cross-border price discrimination.”

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