Podcasts: Competition

Competition law in practice part 2 - Dawn raids

About the podcast

This podcast considers what in-house lawyers need to be aware of when faced with an unannounced investigation by a competition authority.

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Learning outcomes

After listening to this podcast you will:

  • Understand why companies may be subject to dawn raids
  • Understand what competition authorities are looking for in a dawn raid
  • Have an overview of what safeguards are available, including the treatment of privileged and confidential documents
  • Have an overview of the practical steps that should be taken before, during and after dawn raids

Level

Intermediate

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In assocation with JurisProductions

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