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European Commission Launches Competition Law Anonymous Whistleblower Tool

Charlotte Breuvart et al., Jones Day Commentary, April 2017

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The European Commission has launched a new tool that will allow individuals to anonymously report anticompetitive conduct for the first time.

The Commission’s new access to anonymous inside information could increase the risk of exposure for companies engaging in anticompetitive conduct in the European Union and destabilize cartels.

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