2019 Year In Review: Australian Competition & Consumer Commission
By Shaun Temby• 20 February 2020 • 1 min read
Our annual 2019 in Review - Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) publication examines the ACCC’s leading cases in 2019 and considers how well the ACCC performed against its 2019 enforcement priorities.
This year’s edition has an expanded focus of the ACCC’s activities beyond litigation to examine major developments in the areas of energy, healthcare, retail and franchising, and telecommunications and information technology.
The publication also covers enforcement activity and developments in the areas of cartels, misuse of market power, consumer protection (including scams), unfair contract terms and product safety.
2019 in Review draws on the expertise of Maddocks lawyers who practice in the area of competition law, regulated industries and consumer protection. They provide insights to the highlights of 2019 and what the major issues will be in their area in 2020.
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