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Encyclopedia of Competition Law

Encyclopedia of Competition Law
Number of volumes: 3
Practice Area:  Competition Law
ISBN:  9780421368705
General Editor: Andrew Scott
Subscription Information: 3 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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The Encyclopedia of Competition Law collates and consolidates all the diverse sources of both primary and secondary competition law in the UK and the EU.

  • Narrative commentary explains current law and practice in the UK and EU
  • Full texts of relevant UK and EU legislation with annotations
  • Case summaries are included for clearer understanding

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  • Foundations of competition law
  • Markets
  • The administration of competition law
  • Control of agreements
  • Legal assessments of horizontal and vertical agreements
  • The control of practices: procedural aspects
  • Practices: legal assessments
  • Enforcements and remedies
  • Mergers: EC and UK control
  • Joint ventures
  • Intellectual property: EC and UK control
  • Competition and the network industries
  • State intervention: EC control
  • Competition and the public sector
  • Competition and telecommunications
  • Competition and transport
  • Competition policy in the European Community on the provision of financial services


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