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Presentation: Competition Law Considerations for Joint Ventures and Other Collaborations

Author: Mark C. Katz

Joint venture collaborations may be subject to Competition Act provisions dealing with mergers and agreements with competitors.

This presentation, authored by Mark Katz, examines regulatory requirements for businesses planning to merge, including pre-merger notification and substantive review, and discusses areas of Competition Bureau enforcement in the battle against price fixing, the allocation of markets and supply/production control.

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