The sources below are good starting points for your research and they are a mix of general and antitrust specific materials. Most foreign governments provide some laws on their web sites, however, they are often not in English. Case law and administrative rulings are rarely translated into English. For more extensive guidance on locating foreign law, see our Foreign & Comparative Law Research Guide.
- Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Competition Policy & Law Database
This database provides useful materials such as policy guidelines, competition laws, decision guidelines, case summaries, and much more for APEC member countries.
- Competition Law in Western Europe and the USA INTL K3850.C64 1976 (updated regularly)
This looseleaf set has over 30 volumes and includes translated laws and commentary. It also has an extensive collection of EU materials. Note: this print resource will soon be replaced with an online database with the same materials.
- Foreign Law Guide database (Georgetown Law Only)
The best source for information on the sources of law for many foreign jurisdictions. Just select your jurisdiction from the pull down menu and then browse to the "antitrust" subject heading. This source includes complete bibliographic citations to legislation and the existence of English translations whenever possible.
- Global Competition Forum
This forum is part of the International Bar Association and maintains informational pages on most jurisdictions. Many include a summary of recent events and provide legislation.
- Organization of American States Competition Policy National Legislation
Nice collection of competition laws from member countries and some are available full text. Also provides links to national competition agencies.
- World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII)
The wealth of information here is maintained collaboratively by several legal research institutes around the world. We suggest clicking on "All Countries" on the left side and then selecting your jurisdiction for relevant links. For many countries, there are legislation and case law databases, but also try links listed under subject or legislation.