Using private action for injunctive relief under the Antimonopoly Law

Japan's antitrust reforms are intended to crack down on violations of the Antimonopoly Law and give more adequate remedies to aggrieved parties. Companies must be careful not to expose themselves to the new risks of a private action filed by consumers and competitors as well as the risks of a possible injunctive order by the Japan Fair Trade Commission. By Shinya Watanabe and Hiroshi Kobayashi of Jones Day

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