Due Process: What the Fuss is All About
12 PM EDT
As more competition agencies are looking across borders to conduct investigations of foreign companies, questions of procedural fairness, due process and transparency have come to the center of a debate about what should be considered “fair play.” Several organizations have issued guidance in this area, but how large is the gap between due process in theory and real life implementation? This program will dig in to some of the key issues and scope of rights, such as notice of an investigation, underlying facts and theories, access to evidence and confidentiality, and the opportunity to be heard by the decision maker.
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