The OFT has published guidance for businesses on competition law compliance. This includes specific advice for directors, general guidance for all businesses, a quick guide to competition law compliance and a short film.
This wheel explains the four steps which the OFT recommends businesses take to ensure compliance with competition law.
The OFT's Quick Guide on Competition Law Compliance is aimed at the owners and directors of small businesses. It combines content from both the general guidance and guidance for directors documents.
'Understanding competition law' is a short film explaining what competition law is, why it is important, and how businesses can implement the OFT's suggested four-step process for competition law compliance.
The guidance in this section follows a consultation and research carried out by the OFT.
The OFT believes that directors are key to establishing and maintaining an effective compliance culture within their company.
Guidance that sets out the OFT's recommended risk-based four-step approach to achieving a competition law compliance culture for all businesses.
If you are a legal practitioner or adviser, use this section to find guidance and information specific to your sector.
Our resource materials build on the findings of the OFT's research report Drivers of Compliance and Non-Compliance with Competition Law OFT1227 (pdf 736kb) published in May 2010. This identified the need for a risk-based approach to competition law compliance.
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