Perspectives on antitrust compliance/

[ Livros ] Publicado por : Concurrences, (New York:) Detalhes físicos: 357 p. ISBN:9781939007186. Ano: 2022 Tipo de Material: Livros
Tags desta biblioteca: Sem tags desta biblioteca para este título. Faça o login para adicionar tags.
Localização atual Classificação Exemplar Situação Previsão de devolução Código de barras Reservas do item
Biblioteca Agamenon Magalhães
341.3787 C744p (Percorrer estante) 1 Disponível 2022-0052
Total de reservas: 0

Table of Contents
About the Editors
Table of Contents

Part I: Setting the Scene
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Anne Riley, Andreas Stephan and Anny Tubbs (Independent Compliance Consultant University of East Anglia 1 First Move Productions)
Chapter 2 - The Rationale for Competition Law Design
Andreas Stephan (University of East Anglia)
Chapter 3 - The Elements of a Credible Compliance Programme
Anne Riley, Andreas Stephan and Anny Tubbs (Independent Compliance consultant University of East Anglia 1 First Move Productions)

Part II: Academic Perspectives on the Antitrust Compliance Challenge
Chapter 4 - Business Strategy and Antitrust Compliance
Sean F Ennis (University of East Anglia)
Chapter 5 - Screening is a "Must Have" Tool for Effective Antitrust Compliance Programmes
Rosa M Abrantes-Metz and Albert D Metz (The Braule Group)
Chapter 6 - Giving Voice To Values: The "How" of Effective Antitrust
Mary C Gentile and Anny Tubbs (University of Virginia. Darden School of Business First Move Productions)
Chapter 7 - A Behavioural Economics Perspective on Compliance
Sheheryar Banuri (University of East Anglia)

Part III: Practical Perspectives on Antitrust Compliance
The Competition Authority
Chapter 8 - Fighting Cartels: The Interaction Between Detection,
Sanction and Compliance
Emmanuel Combe and Constance Monnier (Autorité de la concurrence University of Paris 1 Panrhéon-Sorbonne)
Chapter 9 - Looking Towards the Future of Competition
Law Compliance in Canada
Majid Charania and Nadia Vassos (Competition Bureau Canada)
Chapter 10— Practical Perspectives from the Brazilian Competition Authority: Building an Institutional Framework for the Adoption of Antitrust Compliance
Paula Farani de Azevedo Silveira and Paula de Andrade Baqueiro (CADE)
Chapter 11 - Taking an Active Role in Promoting Compliance -
View from Hong Kong Rasul Butt (Hong Kong Competition Commission)
The In-House Counsel
Chapter 12— The Challenge of Antitrust Compliance In a Complex World
Ben Graham and Anneleen Straetemans (A B InBev)
Chapter 13 - Organisational Aspects of In-House Antitrust
Compliance and Law Groups
Dma Kailay (Ericsson)
Chapter 14— Practical Suggestions for a Successful Competition
Law Compliance Programme
Kirstie Nicholson (BHP)
Chapter 15— lmplementing A Multinational's Global Antitrust Programme Locally: How to Manage Expectations on All Sides
Paula Morrone (TASA Logística Group)
Chapter 16— The "Rogue Employee" Doesn't Exist: The "First Commandment" of an EU Antitrust Compliance Programme
Fabrizio Di Benedetto (Intesa Sanpaolo)
The Law Firm
Chapter 17 - Practical Competition Compliance: How Law Firms Can Partner with In-House Counsel
Samantha Mobley and Grant Murray (Baker McKenzie)
Chapter 18 - Sticks and Carrots: How Best Can Companies Nudge
Individuals to Comply with Competition Law?
lan Giles and Mark Daniels (Norton Rose Fuibright)
Chapter 19— US Department of Justice Antitrust Division Incentivises Investment in Corporate Compliance Programmes
Ann O'Brien and Alyse F Stach (Baker Hostetier)
Chapter 20— Avoiding The "Chilling Effect" of a Fear of Antitrust Law: A Practical Perspective on Procompetitive
Collaboration in Brazil
Eduardo Caminati, Marcio Bueno, Guilherme Misale and Tatiane Siqui
(Caminati Bueno Advogados)
The Consultancy
Chapter 21 - Dressing for the Weather: Tailoring Board
Compliance to Business Reality
David Stallibrass, Sarah Newton and John Fingleton (Fingleton)
Chapter 22 - Bringing the Outside In - M&A, Joint Venture and Third Parties
The Price-Fixer
Chapter 23 - The Price-Fixer: Compliance Tales From the Other Side Andreas Stephan (University of East Anglia)
The Change Agents
Chapter 24 - Embracing a Prosocial Antitrust Agenda
AmeI ia Miad (UC Berkeley School of Law)
Chapter 25 - Health Emergencies and Competition Law: the COVID- 19 Experience
Sergio Napolitano (Medicines For Europe)
Chapter 26— Is Collective Action Against Corruption a Competition Risk for Companies?
Gelnma Aiolfi and Cecilia Müller Torbrand (Base! Institute cm Governance MAC'N)
Chapter 27 - Environmental Sustainability and Antitrust Compliance
International Chamber of Commerce
Chapter 28 - The Practical Challenges of Legitimate industry Cooperation
Dirk Middelschulte (Unilever)
Part IV: Interaction with Other Areas of Compliance
Chapter 29 - The Intersection Between Anti-Bribery and Corruption and Antitrust Enforcement
Andrew McBride, Jane Shvets and Timothy Mclver (Alhermarle Debevoise & Plimplon)
Chapter 30 - What Can Competition Law Enforcers Learn From Others
Joseph Murphy (Compliance Strategists)
Anne Riley, Andreas Stephan and Anny Tubbs (Independent Compliance Consultant University at East Anglia 1 First Move Productions)
Perspectives on Antitrust Compliance

Não há comentários para este material.

Acesse sua conta para postar um comentário.

Clique em uma imagem para visualizá-la no visualizador de imagem

    Biblioteca Agamenon Magalhães|(61) 3221-8416|| Setor de Edifícios de Utilidade Pública Norte – SEPN, Entrequadra 515, Conjunto D, Lote 4, Edifício Carlos Taurisano, térreo