Competition Law Review


Summarizes all major developments in Canadian competition law over the last year, including:

* Can indirect purchasers sue for price-fixing losses?

* Bell Canada hidden fees

* Business directory scams.

* Fines for price-fixing cartels - Domfoam, Valle, Kason, Component Hardware, and others.

* Competition Bureau challenge to Air Canada - United joint venture.

* Mergers - Google-Motorola; Canadian Tire-Forzani; Bell & Rogers - Maple Leaf; TMX Group.

* Private actions: Husky & Mobil; SAS, Qantas, Cargolux, and Singapore; Johnson & Johnson; Rogers.

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