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Antitrust and Trade Regulation

2005

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Passivo Concorrencial: Comprando Um Problema, Ivo T. Gico Dec 2004

Passivo Concorrencial: Comprando Um Problema, Ivo T. Gico

Ivo Teixeira Gico Jr.

O presente artigo visa a analisar como a questão concorrencial pode afetar severamente a avaliação de ativos financeiros adquiridos, tendo como pano de fundo o caso da condenação do Sindipedras e outras 18 empresas do setor de mineração por formação de cartel, o primeiro caso de cartel efetivamente punido no Brasil.

This paper aims to examine how the competitive issue may severely affect the valuation of financial assets, having as background the case of the condemnation of Sindipedras and 18 mining industry companies for the cartels practice, the first cartel case effectively punished in Brazil.


Comparative Analysis Of Qualcomm Case Regarding Its Duty In Standard-Setting Organization And Possible Antitrust Claims Brought By Its’ Competitors In U.S. And E.U., Tanit Follett Dec 2004

Comparative Analysis Of Qualcomm Case Regarding Its Duty In Standard-Setting Organization And Possible Antitrust Claims Brought By Its’ Competitors In U.S. And E.U., Tanit Follett

Tanit Follett, J.S.D.

The Standard Setting Organization of IP rules has a confused mixture of legal theories that lead to the problem of disclosure. Each of the SSO IP rules has its own pitfalls. In general, considering all rules together, these legal rules share the same common goal in ensuring that participating IP owners do what they promised to do and disclose what they are bound to disclose. In addition, SSO rules concerning the rights of IP owner have raised a number of antitrust issues. One side believes that SSO rules are procompetitive so long as they encourage more innovation than restraints, while …