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Compliance Training
Competition Law
All Learners
Antitrust & Competition Law

Using practical, real-world guidance, this course focuses on how to identify and avoid anti-competitive behaviors. It provides an overview of core antitrust and competition law principles – what they are, why they’re important and, most critically, how to comply with them. Employees will have the information they need to help minimize legal and reputational risk.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • The benefits of competition and a thriving marketplace
  • Examples of anti-competitive behavior
  • The definition of an improper agreement
  • Price fixing, bid rigging, dividing of markets and group boycotts
  • Situations (such as trade shows and industry events) that present high risk for anti-competitive behavior
  • Spotting anti-competitive practices in a competitive bidding process
  • Best practices for avoiding and preventing anti-competitive activity
  • Ways to promote free and open competition
  • Recognizing and reporting anti-competitive activity

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