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Compliance Training
Competition Law
All Learners
Antitrust & Competition Law
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While competition laws can differ from country to country, they share core legal principles and requirements designed to protect free and open competitive markets. This course highlights the importance of complying with laws designed to promote free and open competition wherever in the world your organization operates. It outlines the benefits of competition and underscores for your employees the need to avoid conduct that might even suggest something improper.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • The benefits of healthy competition in the marketplace
  • A clear statement of corporate responsibility to comply with competition laws
  • An examination of core competition principles
  • Potential penalties for violations
  • Responsibilities and prohibitions when dealing with competitors
  • An in-depth examination of price fixing, bid rigging, dividing territories, and boycotts
  • Best practices for avoiding potentially illegal conversations and reporting suspected violations
  • Horizontal versus vertical relationships
  • Best practices for verbal and written communications to ensure competition law compliance

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