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A Practitioner's Guide

A Practitioner's Guide
2nd Edition
Practice Area:  Competition Law
ISBN:  9780414120938
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 Oct 2024
Format:  Hardback, eBook - ProView
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UK Competition Regime: A Practitioner’s Guide, covers all aspects of competition law, including detailed treatment of procedure, coverage of recent developments, with a focus on guidance for practitioners. It includes an overview of the role of economics.

The second edition covers how Brexit has led to UK agencies finding themselves free to pursue cases and policy objectives in their own way, while legislation has brought in new powers and procedures, including:

  • The new digital markets regime that introduces ex ante “pro-competition” enforcement regime
  • Reforms to the mergers, markets and antitrust regimes introduced by the Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Act
  • New merger control thresholds and new mandatory notification regime for digital companies with market power
  • New guidance for assessing mergers and new merger investigation procedures
  • The introduction of UK Block Exemptions and guidance on anticompetitive agreements
  • The growth of “class-action” litigation in competition cases

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CONTENTS

  1. The Institutional Framework
  2. Anti-competitive Agreements
  3. Abuse of Dominance
  4. Competition Act 1998 Investigations: Procedure and Practice
  5. Sanctions on Individuals: The Criminal Cartel Offence and Competition Disqualification Orders
  6. Mergers
  7. Market Studies and Investigations
  8. Private Actions and Appeals
  9. The Role of Economics
  10. The Pro-competition Regime for Digital Markets
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