Competition Law

Australian Competition Law and Policy Discussion

Publications

Julie Clarke

Relevant competition law articles, notes and books

Julie Clarke, ‘Current Issues in Merger Law’ in John Duns, Brendan Sweeney and Arlen Duke (eds), Comparative Competition Law, Edward Elgar (forthcoming 2014)

Barbora Jedličková and Julie Clarke, ‘The Grocery Retail Market: Is Antitrust Efficiently Handling This Market? Australian Perspective’ in [Title TBC], Springer (forthcoming 2014)

Julie Clarke, ‘The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission releases new authorisation guidelines’ (12 September 2013, e-Competitions)

Julie Clarke, ‘The Federal Court of Australia hands down its first decision involving a bid rigging case after the entry into force of new cartel laws (Norcast v Braken)’ (6 May 2013, e-Competitions)

Barbora Jedličková and Julie Clarke, ‘The Grocery Retail Market: Is Antitrust Efficiently Handling This Market? Australian Perspective’, Report to for the Kiev Congress 2013

Julie Clarke, ‘The Australian Competition Tribunal ‘undeclares’ third party access for rail lines company applying ‘private profitability’ test to 44H(4)(b) (The Pilbara Infrastructure Pty)’ (8 February 2013, e-Competitions, N°51089, www.concurrences.com)

Julie Clarke, ‘Fortune Telling: Australian Competition Law in 2013’ (CPI Antitrust Chronical, 15 January 2013)

Julie Clarke, ‘The increasing criminalization of economic law – a competition law perspective’ (2012) 19(1) Journal of Financial Crime 76-98

Philip Clarke, Stephen Corones and Julie Clarke, Competition Law and Policy: Cases and Materials (3rd edn, OUP, July 2011)

Julie Clarke, ‘Running a Cartel? Go Directly to Jail’ (May 2010) Law Institute Journal 52

Julie Clarke, ‘Australia’s Radical Predatory Pricing Reforms: What business must know’ (2009) 1(2) Competition Law Reports 86-92 (India)

Julie Clarke, ‘Australia’s Radical Predatory Pricing Reforms: What Business Must Know’ (2008) 1 Deakin Business Review 6

Julie Clarke, ‘Multi-jurisdictional merger review procedures: a better way’ (2006) 14 Trade Practices Law Journal 90-109

Julie Clarke, ‘Criminal Penalties for Contraventions of Part IV of the Trade Practices Act’ (2005) 10 Deakin Law Review 141-176

Julie Clarke, ‘The Dawson Report and Merger Regulation’ (2003) 8 Deakin Law Review 245

Philip Clarke and Julie Clarke, ‘Players, Clubs, Events and the Trade Practices Act: A Primer for Sporting Clubs’ (2003) 6 Sport Management Review 169-184

Julie Clarke and Mirko Bagaric, ‘The Desirability of Criminal Penalties for Breaches of Part IV of the Trade Practices Act’ (2003) 31 Australian Business Law Review 192-209

Julie Clarke, ‘Australian Merger Law Set For Change’, Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Annual Conference 2003, Novotel Hotel, Brisbane, 7 July 2003

Julie Clarke, ‘The Relevance of Import Competition to Merger Assessment in Australia’ (2002) 10 Competition and Consumer Law Journal 119-143

Julie Clarke, ‘Resale Price Maintenance – The Need for Further Reform’ (2001) 9 Trade Practices Law Journal 18

Thesis (PhD)

The International Regulation of Transnational Mergers  (PhD Thesis, Qld UT, 2010)

Conference Papers and seminars

Julie Clarke, ‘The Challenge of International Merger Regulation’, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London (27 Feb 2013) (seminar)

Julie Clarke, ‘International and comparative merger law; is there a need for greater convergence?’, UQ Law Research Seminar Series, 7 September 2012, Brisbane

The increasing criminalization of economic law – a competition law perspective, Workshop paper presented at 28th International Symposium on Economic Crime 2010, Jesus College, University of Cambridge, 9 September 2010

Proposed Changes to Merger Regulation in Australia, Paper presented at Australasian Law Teachers’ Association Annual Conference 2003, Novotel Hotel, Brisbane, 7 July 2003

Media

The World Today with Peter Cave, Radio Interview with Ashley Hall, Monday 29 June 2009 at 12.52pm (ACCC action against Cabcharge – pre-recorded)

‘Review Misses bill’s Key Points’, Australian Financial Review, Tuesday 21 April 2009, p 63 (View pre-publication version)

Media release, Radical predatory pricing reforms pose risk to discounters,19 September 2007

Media release, Trade practices reforms short change small business, 2 July 2007

Submissions to Inquiries

Submission to Senate Inquiry into Trade Practices Amendment (Material Lessening of Competition – Richmond Amendment) Bill 2009

Submission on ‘Creeping Acquisition – The Way Forward’ Discussion Paper (11 June 2009)

Submission on Creeping Acquisition Discussion Paper (10 October 2008)

Submission relating to the Trade Practices Amendment (Cartel Conduct and Other Measures) Bill 2008 (Exposure Draft Bill) 29 February 2008)

Submission to the Trade Practices Act Review (Dawson Committee), July 2002

Other

Julie Clarke, Comments on Blog Symposium – Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement, Antitrust and Competition Policy Blog, 17 May 2011

Julie Clarke, ‘Book Review: Australian Cartel Regulation: Law, Policy and Practice in an International Context by Caron Beaton-Wells and Brent Fisse, Cambridge University Press, 2011, 685 pages, ISBN 978 0 521 76089 8, $189.00 (hardback)’ (2011) 18(3) Competition and Consumer Law Journal 299

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