Tag Archives: Anti-Competitive Agreements

Competition Act 1998

Competition Act 1998

The UK Competition Act 1998 regulates competition and the abuse of a dominant position in the market. The Competition Act 1998 creates a regulatory framework that is tough on those that seek to restrain competition whilst allowing those who compete fairly the opportunity to thrive. The law outlaws two forms of anti-competitive behaviour: anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominant […]

Enterprise Act 2002

Enterprise Act 2002

The Enterprise Act 2002 has wide-ranging implications for businesses and consumers. The Enterprise Act 2002 makes a number of important reforms, which are designed to crack down on abuses that harm customers and fair-trading businesses alike and thus encourage productivity and enterprise… The Act establishes and provides for the functions of the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), the […]