About LIDC

The International League of Competition Law (LIDC) is an international association, which was created in 1930. The LIDC focuses on the study of competition law, intellectual property law and unfair competition law. It is a unique platform for exchanging and developing ideas and knowledge on above mentioned branches of law, both at national level and in an international level.

The LIDC is a Swiss association with its registered office in Geneva and its administrative office in Lausanne. The organs of the association are the General Assembly, the Council and the Bureau. The LIDC’s is constituted by National Groups that agree with the LIDC’s purposes and participate in its activities, in particular, the COMPETITION RESEARCH CENTER as a Ukrainian part of the Organization.

The LIDC’s objectives are:

to promote the principles of fairness and justice in competitive trade;

to collect together information and documentation relating to (unfair) competition law and intellectual property law in various countries;

to provide documentation and information on these subjects;

to study and compare the legislation of the different member countries and to propose solutions for the problems faced in (unfair) competition and intellectual property law at both the national and the international level;

to publish the principles formulated by the LIDC in the fields of competition law, intellectual property law and unfair competition;

to research and defend the means of assuring freedom in commerce and business.

For more detailed information, please follow the link https://www.ligue.org/.