GCR Know-how: Antimonopoly & Unilateral Conduct in Canada

2 minute read
01 October 2015

Competition law/antitrust partners Davit Akman, Ian Macdonald and François Baril have contributed the Canada chapter to GCR Know-how - Antimonopoly & Unilateral Conduct.

This Q&A resource provides an overview of the legal framework and analytical principles governing unilateral conduct and abuses of market power, as well as a discussion of important cases, hot topics and anticipated developments, in Canada and other key competition law jurisdictions around the world.

Topics covered include:

  • Legal framework governing unilateral conduct by companies with market power
  • Analytical principles: market definition, market share and market power
  • Abusive conduct defined
  • Sanctions and remedies
  • Summary of main abuse cases in the last year
  • Hot topics in unilateral conduct cases
  • Anticipated future developments

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