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See version in english Roy HOFFINGER, Qualcomm: Reflections on the application of multiple competition law regimes to global businesses and markets

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Roy HOFFINGER, Qualcomm : Reflections on the application of multiple competition law regimes to global businesses and markets

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2006 to present Vice President, Legal Counsel, for Qualcomm, San Diego 2005 – 2006 Partner, Holme, Roberts & Owen, Denver 2003- 2005 Partner, Perkins, Coie, Denver, CO 2001 – 2003 Vice President, Chief Counsel, Federal and State Regulation, Qwest Inc., Denver, CO 1988 – 2000 General Attorney, Antitrust and Regulation, AT&T Corp., Basking Ridge, NJ 1982-1986 Associate, Cravath, Swaine & Moore, New York As in-house counsel, you are responsible for representing Qualcomm in a wide variety of jurisdictions, some of which have divergent approaches to antitrust and competition law enforcement. At the same time, you have the challenge of providing clear guidance to business people operating across borders. How do you balance the two ? Differences between competition law

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Roy Hoffinger, Roy HOFFINGER, Qualcomm: Reflections on the application of multiple competition law regimes to global businesses and markets, February 2014, Concurrences Review N° 1-2014, Art. N° 62397, www.concurrences.com

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