Competition Law and Policy in Brazil: Second Edition
Publication’s latest edition reflects on relevant developments and perspectives for the area
Mattos Filho’s competition law specialists have released a new original publication that analyses ongoing developments within competition policy in Brazil, as well as the Administrative Council for Economic Defense’s (CADE) approach to recent cases. The publication also highlights important trends and perspectives for companies conducting or looking to conduct business in Brazil.
‘Competition Law and Policy in Brazil: Relevant Developments and Outlook’ consists of the following articles:
CADE’s increased scrutiny of issues related to deceptive information
The article addresses CADE’s increased scrutiny of issues related to deceptive information.
Trends in remedies applied by CADE
The analysis addresses recent trends in CADE’s application of remedies, especially greater autonomy of the authority in defining the remedies package and greater sophistication in purely domestic cases.
CADE turns its attention to the exchange of information on the labor market
Our specialists comment on CADE’s investigation into an alleged exchange of competitively sensitive information among companies in the healthcare sector regarding labor issues.
CADE’s scrutiny of the healthcare sector
A review of recent cases shows that CADE is increasingly directing its attention toward the healthcare sector.
Competition advocacy: recent highlights of DEE’s activities
The article outlines the increasing relevance of the activities performed by CADE’s Department of Economic Studies.
The reversal of the Innova/Videolar clearance decision
The analysis addresses CADE’s recent decision to reverse the clearance of the Innova/Videolar transaction.