Competition Law

Australian Competition Law and Policy Discussion

Thought piece on root and branch review

Posted by Julie Clarke on 18 February 2014

Dr Martyn Taylor and Josh Buckland at Norton Rose Fulbright have just published an excellent thought piece on the proposed ‘root and branch‘ competition review (still awaiting final terms of reference and panel!). Headed ‘The greatest Australian competition reforms in 20 years‘ the piece works through the political context to the Review, the ‘extraordinary’ breadth of the review, the panel and timing of the review, the ‘likely apetite for further deregulation’, possible agency reforms, possible ‘trimming’ of the laws, small business issues and more – it runs for eight pages and is well worth reading. It can be downloaded from CCH’s law chat page.

2 Responses to “Thought piece on root and branch review”

  1. […] Thought piece on root and branch review (Australian Competition Law and Policy Discussion) […]

  2. Daniel said

    I agree with the above but I think there really needs to be a more solid framework with the ACCC moving forward.

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