Criminalization of Competition Law Enforcement Economic and Legal Implications for the EU Member States
Economic and Legal Implications for the EU Member States
Edited by Katalin J. Cseres, Maarten Pieter Schinkel and Floris O.W. Vogelaar
Relevant Legal Acts
Relevant legal acts Act against Restraints of Competition 1958, Germany Administrative Offences Act 1968, Germany Antitrust Act 1972, Austria Antitrust Act 1988, Austria Antitrust Amendments Act 1990, United States Antitrust Procedures and Penalties Act 1974, United States Antitrust Criminal Penalty Enhancement and Reform Act 2004, United States Clayton Act 1914, United States Commerce Act 1986, New Zealand Competition Act 1993, Estonia Competition Act 2001, Norway Competition Act 1953, 1958, 1977, 1986, France Competition Act 1998, The Netherlands Competition Act 2002, Austria Competition Act 2004, Luxembourg Competition Act 1998, United Kingdom Competition Act 1996, Ireland Competition Act 2002, Ireland Company Directors Disqualiﬁcation Act 1986, United Kingdom Criminal Code 1974, Austria Criminal Code 1871, Germany Criminal Procedure Code 1987, Germany Criminal Fine Enforcement Act 1984, United States Criminal Fine Improvements Act 1987, United States Drugs Trafﬁcking Act, Germany Enterprise Act 2000, United Kingdom Enterprise Act 2002, United Kingdom Fair Trade Act 1992, Taiwan False Claims Act, 31 USC Sections 3729-33, 1982, United States Federal Central Register Act 1971, Germany Federal Trade Commission Act 1914, United States Fight Against Corruption Act 1997, Germany Fight Against White-Collar Crime Act 1986, Germany 337 Cseres 03 chap11 337 28/8/06 09:00:03 338 Relevant legal acts Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act 1982, United States National Cooperative Research and Production Act 1984, United States Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, United Kingdom Police Act 1997, United Kingdom Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, United Kingdom Restrictive Trade Practices Acts 1976 and 1977, United Kingdom Sentencing...
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