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Common Law Conspiracy and Other Economic Torts

Author: Adam F. Fanaki

This chapter from Fundamentals of Canadian Competition Law, 3rd edition, provides a brief overview of the economic torts most relevant to competition; namely, the tort of civil conspiracy, unlawful interference with economic relations and unlawful restraint of trade.

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