The UK Court of Appeal holds that mutual dishonesty is not required in order to satisfy the dishonesty element of the cartel offence under section 188 Enterprise Act 2002 (British Airways)

On 28 May 2010, the criminal division of the Court of Appeal handed down an important judgment in which it considered the correct ingredients of the dishonesty element of the cartel offence established by section 188 of the Enterprise Act 2002. The ingredients of dishonesty in the context of the BA cartel offence prosecutions The issue was raised at the preparatory hearing in advance of the trial of four present and former

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Patrick Boylan, Tony Woodgate, The UK Court of Appeal holds that mutual dishonesty is not required in order to satisfy the dishonesty element of the cartel offence under section 188 Enterprise Act 2002 (British Airways), 28 May 2010, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2010, Art. N° 77288

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