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  • 70
    01 April 2007
    Korea: Imputed Liability for Antitrust Violations

    By Keum-Seok Oh and Seong-Un Yun
    Under Korean law, a third party that is closely related to a company that is found to have violated the Monopoly Regulation and Fair Trade Act may be considered directly or indirectly liable for such company’s violation based on the theory of imputed liability.

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  • 140
    07 July 2005
    Use of Market Share as a Threshold for Pre-Merger Notification is Inadequate

    (in Mandarin)
    By: Stephen C. Wu
    (The article reflects only the author's opinion and does not represent the opinion of Lee and Li.)
    This article suggests that the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission (TFTC) should use more exact figures as a threshold for pre-merger notification.

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  • 108
    01 January 2005
    Sri Lanka Country Update in Merger Control Worldwide (published by Cambridge University Press 2005) - by Ayomi Aluwihare-Gunawardene

    The article contains an overview of the law relating to competition in Sri Lanka, namely the Consumer Affairs Authority Act, and the applicable statutory standards thereunder.

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  • 83
    25 June 2003
    Korea: Summary of Korean Antitrust Laws as they Pertain to Foreign Companies

    By Bae, Kim & Lee
    This summary outlines the overall structure of the antitrust laws with further detail on the M&A provisions.

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