Bellamy & Child European Community Law of Competition (PACK)
- ISBN: 9780199667871
- Editorial: Oxford University Press
- Fecha de la edición: 2013
- Lugar de la edición: Oxford. Reino Unido
- Edición número: 7th ed.
- Encuadernación: Rústica
- Medidas: 24 cm
- Nº Pág.: 3736
- Idiomas: Inglés
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The new edition of this eminent and authoritative work has been fully updated to encompass the major changes in substantive law, enforcement procedures and case law since the last edition in 2008.
The chapters have been reorganised to reflect current areas of important development with new chapters devoted to cartels, to fines and to litigating infringements in the national courts. The Commission's Horizontal Cooperation Guidelines have been extensively covered in a chapter devoted to non-covert horizontal agreements. There is also greater reference throughout this new edition to cases arising in the Member States.
The comprehensive accompanying volume of European Union competition law materials (edited by Andrew Macnab, a barrister at Monckton Chambers) has been fully updated to include all of the relevant legislation, Commission Notices and Guidelines, and provides detailed cross-references to the commentary in the main work.
Bellamy and Child is an invaluable and essential reference point for everyone involved in competition law.
1: Vivien Rose and David Bailey: The Treaty and is Territorial Reach
2: Vivien Rose and David Bailey: Article 101(1)
3: George Lusty: Article 101(3)
4: Alistair Lindsay and Nick Scola: Market Definition
5: Frances Barr: Cartels
6: James Aitken, Alastair Chapman and Philip Woolfe: Other Horizontal Arrangements
7: Ben Lask and Rob Williams: Vertical Agreements
8: John Boyce and Claire Jeffs: Merger Control
9: Dr Oke Odudu: Intellectual Property Rights
10: Thodri Thompson QC, Christopher Brown and Nicholas Gibson: Article 102
11: Josh Holmes: The Competition Rules and the Acts of the Member States
12: Ben Rayment, Stephen Hurley, Rob Wells, and Sarah Long: Sectoral Regimes
13: Tim Ward QC, Fiona Banks and Milan Kristof: Enforcement by the EU Commission
14: Ronit Kreisberger and Owain Draper: Fines
15: Laura John and Jon Turner QC: Enforcement by NCAs
16: Anneli Howard and Anneliese Blackwood: Remedies in National Courts
17: Alan Bates: State Aids