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New Clouds on the Legality of Unilateral Conduct in Canada

BY | March 26, 2014

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle David Rosner, Debbie Salzberger, Mar 26, 2014 The provisions of the Canadian Competition Act, as interpreted by relatively…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

David Rosner, Debbie Salzberger, Mar 26, 2014

The provisions of the Canadian Competition Act, as interpreted by relatively few cases, created clear demarcations around permissible unilateral conduct in Canada. Recent developments have, however, clouded the picture. Concurrent shifts in proposed legislation, judicial decisions, and enforcement collectively signal new and broader interpretations of the scope of the Act’s unila

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