The Settlements Guide - 1st Edition

The Settlements Guide - 1st Edition

Pages: 244

ISBN: 978-1-83862-263-3



  • $313.00

Whether, where, why, when and how to settle global antitrust matters is fundamental to the successful counselling of a client facing competition enforcement issues, and yet surprisingly little practical guidance exists to help lawyers understand the process and how to best protect the company’s interests in navigating it. The Settlements Guide brings together expert practitioners from 17 leading institutions around the world to fill that gap and debate the key issues in negotiating a successful settlement in antitrust matters.

Chapters: 

Overview

  • Introduction

Part I

Strategic Considerations for Antitrust Settlements

  • Developing a Global Settlement Strategy

Part II

Settling Antitrust Conduct Matters with Specific Government Enforcers

  • EU: Settling Antitrust Cartel Conduct Matters with the European Commission
  • EU: Settling Antitrust Non-cartel Conduct Matters with the European Commission
  • EU: Hybrid Antitrust Settlements
  • US: Settling Antitrust Cartel Conduct Matters with the US DOJ
  • US: Settling Antitrust Non-cartel Conduct Matters with the US DOJ and the FTC
  • China: Settling Conduct Matters with the SAMR

Part III

Settling Private Damages Actions

  • US: Settling Class Actions
  • UK: Settling Collective Actions
  • Netherlands: Settling Collective Actions

Part IV

Jurisdictional Guidance for Antitrust Settlements

  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • England and Wales
  • France
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Mexico
  • Spain

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