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Is the Competition Act a “Complete Code”?

Michael G. Osborne, The Litigator Blog, November 4, 2015

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Recently, Canadian courts have been debating whether the Competition Act is a “complete code” that forecloses the availability of so-called “parasitic” claims, that is, common law and equitable causes of action that are predicated upon breaches of the Competition Act.

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