Competition Law Infringements and Directors' Personal Accountability: Making the Punishment Fit the Crime
Mark WILLIAMS, Angus Young
International Company and Commercial Law Review | Sweet and Maxwell | Published : 2017
Suggests that, in general, competition law systems make insufficient provision for finding directors and managers liable for the losses caused by their decisions to engage in anti-competitive behaviour. Compares the remedies available against directors and managers under the antitrust regimes of the UK, Australia and Hong Kong. Suggests that a well-designed personal liability regime is preferable to a US-style criminal liability system.