CAMP in the News

The future of competition law in Canada

“The one that has the biggest opportunity to change the future of competition law going forward is opening up meaningful private access including damages to deter anti-competitive conduct, de-centralizing enforcement, keeping the Bureau prominent, but allowing individual companies to bring suits,” Bester says. “The Bureau can’t be everywhere, and the Bureau brings its own institutional thinking to how it approaches the law, so de-centralizing that is very important.”