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Up-to-date analysis of key developments in Australian competition law

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Welcome to The State of Competition, Australia’s home of competition law analysis. The State of Competition provides regular analysis of key issues in Australian competition law and economics.

The State of Competition is published by Alexandra Merrett, Rachel Trindade and Rhonda Smith, experienced practitioners in the field of Australian competition law and economics. You can find out more about us - including brief bios, selected publications and contact details - by following the links below.

Issue 20: Harper’s rewrite of section 46

The Harper Committee has been charged with ensuring that our competition laws are “fit for purpose”. In its draft report, it has set about this task by (amongst other things) proposing a radical re-write of our misuse of market power prohibition. But will the proposed new law address the shortcomings identified by critics of the current section 46? In this Continue Reading

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Recent Issues

Follow the archives link to see past issues of The State Of Competition

Issue 19: Private litigation in Australia
Issue 18: The cellophane fallacy
Issue 17: The Harper Review - call for submissions
Issue 16: The small business edition
Issue 15: 2013 in review
Issue 14: Effects vs purpose