New Zealand Competition Law and Policy
The only updating service on competition law in New Zealand, this is the authoritative resource for competition law practitioners.
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- Commentary on all aspects of competition law
- Clear explanations of the principles and the relevant governing legislation elucidate this often complex area of law
- Includes full text of the Commerce Commission’s Mergers and Acquisitions Guidelines, as well as extracts of key legislation and the entire Commerce Act. Access to key Commerce Commission cases adds to the superior value of this service
- Focuses on the key points in clear, accessible language
- Relevant and up-to-date
- New Zealand competition law
- Competition policy
- Competition law economics
- Market definition
- Introduction to restrictive trade practices
- Cartels and hard-core restrictive trade practices
- Joint ventures and the Commerce Act
- Arrangements substantially lessening competition
- Vertical agreements and restraints of trade
- Single firm conduct: s36 and the misuse of market power
- The regulation of business acquisitions
- The intellectual property- competition law interface
- Part 4 Commerce Act regulation
- Commerce Commission approvals
- Jurisdiction, procedure and review
- The Commerce Commission’s investigatory powers
- Commerce Act penalties and remedies
- Mergers and acquisitions guidelines
- Criminal remedies
- Criminal procedure
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Also available in print with regular updates.