Programme in Competition Law
Brief Description
The Programme in Competition Law provides you with an in- depth exploration into mergers and merger control, as well as the regulation of competitive behaviour in terms of the Competition Act 89 of 1998 (as amended). As it becomes more important in a highly-competitive business environment to take cognisance of the dynamic and relevant aspects of competition law, this programme equips you with the requisite knowledge and skills for the current business environment. The programme covers aspects of the economics of competition law, merger control, restrictive horizontal and vertical practices, the abuse of a dominant position and remedies for challenging situations.
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing this programme, you will be able to understand and apply the basic rules and principles of corporate law with respect to mergers and acquisitions, statutory competition law, the economics of competition law, restrictive horizontal practices, restrictive vertical practices and abuse of a dominant position. Special attention will also be given to remedies in respect of statutory competition law.
Course Content
This programme will cover the following aspects of competition law and theCompetition Act 89 of 1998: Introduction to corporate law, mergers and acquisitions Introduction to South African competition law Economics of competition law Merger control Restrictive horizontal practices Restrictive vertical practices Abuse of a dominant position Remedies
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a relevant bachelors degree (LLB) or equivalent qualification.
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Law and Human Rights
Who Should attend:
This programme is ideal for you if you are an attorney, advocate, legal advisor, auditor, accountant, or any other professional involved in business and business combinations.
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