Books

Cartels: The South African Cartel Handbook

Anthony Norton, John Oxenham, Anton Roets and Maria Celaya are authors of The South African Cartel Handbook, which deals with the issue of cartels in South Africa. This competition law publication is described as “an essential read for any executive of a South African business”, and makes South African companies aware that participation in cartels will have serious consequences, not only in South Africa, but also in other jurisdictions.

The objective of this handbook is to provide some insight into the type of conduct which is regarded as cartel behaviour, the manner in which the South African competition authorities detect and prosecute cartels and some of the options available to firms which have engaged in cartel conduct. The handbook also provides an overview of recent relevant developments in the treatment of cartels in select foreign jurisdictions.

For more information on the handbook or to order a copy, please contact Carina Basson by emailing carina@nortonsinc.com

Global Cartels Handbook – Leniency: Policy and Procedure

John Oxenham and¬†Anthony Norton are authors of the South African chapter in the Oxford University Press Book: Global Cartels Handbook – Leniency: Policy and Procedure. This competition law publication is described as “an essential read for any executive of a South African business”, and makes South African companies aware that participation in cartels will have serious consequences, not only in South Africa, but also in other jurisdictions.

This book provides a detailed guide to leniency programmes across the world containing practical, accessible, and comprehensive information on each countries leniency programme, for competition lawyers and corporate council

For more information on the handbook or to order a copy, please contact Carina Basson by emailing carina@nortonsinc.com