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France: Supermarket accused of criminal offense over Nutella sales

The French competition watchdog, Autorite de la Concurrence, accused the Intermarche supermarket chain of a criminal offense over the sale of Nutella in January...

Cuffs and Compliance: A 5-year Retrospective of Criminal Anticartel Competition Law...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Grant LoPatriello, Aug 12, 2014 Enforcing the criminal anti-cartel provisions of Canada's Competition Act has...

Interview: Update on “Antitrust Criminal Sanctions: The Evolution of Executive Punishment”

Donald Klawiter, Jun 19, 2012 As part of our Spring 2012 issue, CPI is presenting a retrospective of our best articles in the past and...

Antitrust Criminal Sanctions: The Evolution of Executive Punishment (reprint)

Donald Klawiter, Jun 19, 2012 Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg and Professor Joshua D. Wright's excellent study of antitrust sanctions for corporations and individuals concludes with...

Are We Winning the Fight Against Cartels?

Jeremy West, Feb 22, 2012 "In the last two decades, the world has seen the proliferation of effective leniency programs, ever-increasing sanctions for cartel offenses,...

Detection and Compliance in Cartel Policy

Daniel Sokol, Sep 28, 2011 In the past few years, companies around the world have spent an increasing amount of resources addressing issues broadly classified...

Antitrust Criminal Sanctions: The Evolution of Executive Punishment

Donald Klawiter, Nov 05, 2010 Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg and Professor Joshua D. Wright's excellent study of antitrust sanctions for corporations and individuals concludes with...

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