Employees who have the responsibility for setting prices or preparing bids, or who network with competitors and have the potential to enter into unlawful agreements regarding market division, price fixing, or bidding; employees of companies with “market power” who have responsibility for setting trading policies or influencing marketing practices
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What is the scope of global antitrust and competition legislation? It might be different from what you think. While antitrust and competition laws do apply to corporate-level mergers and acquisitions, they also impact proposals you might be drafting or bids you’re submitting. If you’re regularly involved in sales transactions with international clients or partners, an understanding of the standards and reach of antitrust laws is essential. In this course, you will learn about the principles of antitrust and competition legislation that apply in international settings. You’ll also learn how to recognize and avoid common violations and the triggers for seeking further assistance.
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Understanding Global Antitrust Law
- identify the core underlying principle of global antitrust laws
- recognize potential violations of antitrust law