Featured Guests
Han Li Toh

Han Li Toh has been the chief executive and a commissioner of the Competition Commission of Singapore since 2013....

Chilufya Sampa

Mr Chilufya Sampa has been with the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission for 13 years and is now the...

Marcos Palma

Marcos Palma is a lawyer Integrum and with Instituto De Derecho De La Competencia

Your Hosts
Russ Damtoft

Russell Damtoft is the Associate Director of the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of International Affairs. He is responsible for...

William Caldwell Harrop

William Caldwell Harrop (born February 19, 1929) is an American diplomat. Harrop served for 39 years as a Foreign...

Sarah Bartels

Sarah Bartels is an associate in Weil’s Antitrust/Competition group. Her practice focuses on mergers, government investigations, civil litigation, and...

Episode Notes

How are other countries developing competition law? In this AT/CP podcast from the ABA Section of Antitrust Law, Sarah Bartels, an associate at Weil’s Antitrust/Competition group, introduces our hosts Russ Damtoft and William Caldwell Harrop to talk to a panel of competition law experts about how competition law has impacted their countries. Han Li Toh, Chufya Sampa, and Marcos Palma outline the timelines for passing laws in their countries and discuss whether it is important for laws to have international influence or be domestically motivated. Finally, they give insight into how they have worked to overcome opposition to the adoption of needed laws.

Han Li Toh has been the chief executive and a commissioner of the Competition Commission of Singapore since 2013.

Chufya Sampa has been with the Zambia Competition and Consumer Protection Commission for 13 years and is now the executive director of the Commission.

Marcos Palma is a lawyer Integrum and with Instituto De Derecho De La Competencia

(Host) Russ Damtoft is the associate director of the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of International Affairs.

(Host) Caldwell Harrop is an Assistant Chief in the International Section of the DOJ Antitrust Division.

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Published: April 25, 2019
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Legal News
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