The Canadian Federal Court calls for tougher criminal sentences for infringing cartel criminal offences (Maxzone)

In October 2012, in a price fixing case that came before Canada’s Federal Court – R v Maxzone [1]- Chief Justice Paul Crampton, when pronouncing judgment, made statements calling for tougher sentences. In Canada, both companies and individuals can be liable for criminal penalties for infringing the cartel criminal offences, including fines and/or imprisonment of individuals for up to 14 years. In the case, there had been

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  • United Kingdom’s Competition Authority - CMA (London)

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Michael Grenfell, The Canadian Federal Court calls for tougher criminal sentences for infringing cartel criminal offences (Maxzone), 24 September 2012, e-Competitions September 2012, Art. N° 72329

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