The Cartel Leniency Global Guide provides practical analysis of topical cross-border issues and country-specific Q&A guides on cartel leniency law and practice worldwide. The Q&A guide aims to give a structured overview of the key practical issues including, for example, the applicable laws on leniency programmes, conditions to be satisfied when making a leniency application, the scope of leniency and circumstances when leniency may be withdrawn.
This Global guide to cartel leniency is part of the Competition and Cartel Leniency Global Guide. For a full list of jurisdictional Competition Q&As visit the Competition Global Guide.
|Changes to the cartel offence by the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013||Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP|
|Don't forget about Canada: new anti-cartel regime keeping up with the US||Borden Ladner Gervais LLP|
|Romania's leniency programme: critical overview||Biriş Goran SCPA|
|Members||Job title and Organisation|
|Kevin Arquit||Partner, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP|
|Joanne Averiss||Vice President Law Europe, PepsiCo International|
|Oliver Borgers||Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP|
|Tod Cohen||Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, eBay Inc.|
|Martin Coleman||Partner, Head of Antitrust, Competition and Regulatory, Norton Rose LLP|
|Michael Han||Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer|
|Nancy Hawkins||Head of Practical Law Antitrust|
|Dave Poddar||Partner, Clifford Chance|
|Anne Riley||Associate General Counsel Antitrust, Shell International Limited|
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