Semester 2, 2017

Competition Law Hypothetical Exam Notes

23 pages

11,662 words




- These notes provide a comprehensive checklist for successfully completing hypothetical questions for Competition Law
- The notes are colour-coded and structured in a logical way in a way that is easy to understand and apply in an exam setting.
- The notes include concise summaries of all the relevant key cases, legislation and indicia and are laid out in a structured manner.

Topics included in these notes are:
- Defining the market
- Market power
- Substantial lessening of competition
- Misuse of market power (s 46 predatory pricing, refusal to supply/deal, tying and bundling)
- Horizontal arrangements (cartel conduct, exclusionary provs, price-signalling)
- Vertical restraints
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Exempting anti-competitive conduct (authorisation)
- Essay notes on the Harper Review Changes