CONCERTED PRACTICES

Does your company . . .

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    If confidential pricing or pricing strategies are shared with a competitor there is a higher likelihood it may be considered anti-competitive as it might enable them to align their prices with you and compete less vigorously.
    If confidential customer names or details are shared with a competitor then it has a higher likelihood of being considered anti-competitive as it could potentially assist competitors to allocate customers between them.
    Making a submission to the government with a competitor is unlikely to be a concerted practices risk if the purpose or effect is not to substantially lessen competition.
    When this information is shared with a competitor there is a risk it could be considered anti-competitive as it might enable them to compete less vigorously.
    Doing a reference check to assess a candidate's suitability for a role (and not discussing unrelated matters) is less likely to be considered anti-competitive.
    Industry conferences bring competitors together creating opportunities for commercially sensitive information to be shared.
    If information about plans for investment or expansion is shared with a competitor then it has a higher likelihood of being viewed as anti-competitive as it might enable them to change their behaviour to compete less vigorously.