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Antitrust & Competition Law (Advanced)

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At a glance

Course Length
30 minutes *Actual time to complete the course will vary on learning path and user results
Course Types
Full Length
Category
Compliance Training
Regulation
Competition Law
Audience
All Learners
Topics
Antitrust & Competition Law
Format
Adaptive Learning

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Anti-competitive behaviour puts individuals, consumers and organisations at risk. That makes it critical for all employees to understand and comply with competition laws. But for some employees – due to their role, responsibilities or job location – the risk for anti-competitive behaviour is increased, making specialised training necessary.

Antitrust & Competition Law (Advanced) offers specialised training, taking learners deeper into the world of competition law. Throughout the course, an emphasis is placed on best practices and guidelines for avoiding risk.

The course content is tailored specifically to address the training needs of employees whose jobs require them to have a more in-depth understanding of antitrust and competition laws. A basic version also available.

Course Details

All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Types of price-fixing schemes
  • Which information exchanges can be risky – and which are more likely to be acceptable
  • Best practices for avoiding risk
  • Definition of a vertical agreement – and why and how they can present a risk to competition
  • Types of vertical agreements that can create risk
  • Situations that require consulting with legal counsel
  • The complexities of determining market dominance
  • Related risk areas, including predatory pricing, tying and bundling, price discrimination and refusal to supply
  • Best practices for ensuring fair competition
  • A reminder of an employee’s responsibility for understanding and complying with antitrust and competition laws
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify