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European Competition Law Review
European Competition Law Review
Practice Area: Competition Law
ISSN: 0144-3054
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor: Julian Maitland-Walker
Last Release: Aug 2018 / Next Release: Sep 2018
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A subscription to ECLR brings together regular summaries of national competition cases, unavailable in this format elsewhere. It is full of interesting and occasionally controversial opinions on topical issues and provides practical commentaries by leading practitioners, showing how current issues and legal developments impact your work.

European Competition Law Review provides a comprehensive updating service for the competition or antitrust lawyer covering developments in EU law and the national laws of EU Member States, as well as the other major trading nations. ECLR has an international network of correspondents, all leading practitioners in their jurisdictions, who provide expert analysis of key areas of competition law.

Now you can join this monthly forum and keep up to date with the matters that affect you.

What’s included in your subscription?
  • Opinion pieces by key commentators
  • Articles examining important competition law issues and cases and their implications, also giving coverage of economic issues where relevant
  • Analysis by leading practitioners looking at topical developments in case law, legislation and regulations
  • Growing coverage of the new accession states to the EU
  • Expanded news section covering anti-competitive practices, abuse of dominant position, mergers and legislation from the EU and major trading countries around the world
  • Summary of national competition law cases – unavailable in this digestible format elsewhere
  • Book reviews providing fellow practitioners’ views on the latest published titles
E.C.L.R. 2018 (39)11

The Orange Polska case: the Commission's "legitimate interest", fine quantification, and the boundaries of Intel

Maintaining price competition between retailers in e-commerce markets: the European Commission's recent RPM decisions

Jotun decision: a new era for online sales in Turkey

What the European Commission (still) does not tell us about pricing algorithms in the aftermath of the e-commerce sector inquiry

An interesting judgment on access to file: Google v Yandex

The Competition Appeal Tribunal's judgment in Pfizer/Flynn - when is a high price unfair?

Recent EU fines for resale price maintenance are symptoms of broader challenges faced by today's consumer-goods manufacturers

Exclusionary Practices: The Economics of Monopolisation and Abuse of Dominance

Portugal: procedure - postal services

Portugal: general - OECD recommendations

Sweden: anti-competitive practices - online hotel booking platforms

Turkey: abuse of a dominant position - online flower sales

The European Competition Law Review is a refereed journal for which the Publishing Editor welcomes contributions, which can be submitted in one of the following formats:
  • as a short opinion piece, expressing a new or radical view
  • a comment on a topical case or piece of legislation; or
  • a full length article of 5,000 words maximum, along with a 50-word abstract.

All correspondence and contributions should be emailed, with attached documents in Word, to Lucy Gardner lucy.gardner@thomsonreuters.com.

Book review proposals can be sent to our Book Review Editor at gordon.blanke@habibalmulla.com.
Complimentary Copies and Offprints
Complimentary copies: Two complimentary copies of the issue in which his/her article appears will be provided to each contributor.
Off-prints: Information on offprints will be made available to authors on acceptance of their contributions
Julian Maitland-Walker, Editor
Jonathan Galloway, Assistant News Editor

Michael B. Hutchings, Editorial Board
K.P.E. Lasok, QC, Editorial Board
Aidan Robertson, QC, Editorial Board
Derek Ridyard, Editorial Board
Alex Nourry, Editorial Board

Gordon Blanke, Book Review Editor
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