" CONFERENCE" : COMPETITION/CRIMINAL LAWS - CRIMINAL COURTS / COMPETITION AUTHORITY - COORDINATION - COOPERATION - RECIPROCAL INFLUENCE - EVOLUTIONS - LENIENCY PROCEDURE - CRIMINAL ACTION POLICY

Conference - Criminal and competition laws:Coordination between criminal courts and the national competition authority

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Introduction 1. The question of coordination between law enforcement judges and competition authorities arises in different ways depending on the legal and institutional model adopted by States to combat anti-competitive practices. Thus, the problems are not the same in the United States, where antitrust law is mainly based on the action of the criminal and civil courts, at Community level, where control is based on the action of a single administrative authority, the Commission, or in certain Member States where the clear choice of a combination of action by specialised authorities and the criminal courts has been favoured, as is the case in the United

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Christophe Lemaire, Conference - Criminal and competition laws:Coordination between criminal courts and the national competition authority, February 2008, Concurrences N° 1-2008, Art. N° 15205, www.concurrences.com

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