• Coordinated Behaviour and Conscious Parallelism Under Canadian Conspiracy, Abuse and Merger Law
  • October 8, 2003 | Author: A. Neil Campbell
  • Law Firm: McMillan LLP - Toronto Office
  • Independent behaviour is one of the most difficult challenges of competition policy and enforcement, particularly as one moves beyond clear collusion to the other extreme of purely unilateral but parallel behaviour. This paper analyzes how such issues are currently dealt with under the three principal components of Canadian competition law and explores how the treatment may change in the future.