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Competition Law

Analysis - debate - current awareness

05 MAY 2011

Individual Deterrence and Competition Disqualification Orders [2011] Comp Law 65

The article considers the law and guidance on company director disqualification orders (CDO) and whether the changes to the OFT’s policy should be expected to lead to an increase in the use and deterrent effect of the CDO. Further, the article suggests that the bringing of more CDO applications is unlikely to constitute the most efficient means of increasing the deterrent effect of competition law.
Jordan Ellison

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