Competition Law

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  • : Oxford University Press
  • 9e édition
  • : 08/2018
  • : 978-0-19-877906-3
  • : Anglais
1056 pages


The definitive resource on competition law Established, respected, and trusted.

This unparalleled resource for students and practitioners combines detail with clarity. Written by leading academics in the field, Competition Law introduces you to the competition law of the EU and the UK, describing its constituent parts, analysing the way in which the law affects commercial behaviour, and explaining the economic context in which competition law operates.

The ninth edition incorporates extensive new case law and decisional practice at EU and UK level. New areas of coverage and discussion include:
• The private enforcement of EU and UK competition law, including the EU Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions and the UK Consumer Rights Act 2015
• The treatment of conditional rebates under Article 102, including the judgment of the Court of Justice in Intel Corp y Commission
• The phenomena of 'price signalling', algorithmic collusion, and other atypical cartel activities
• Recent developments on the application of EU and UK competition law to restrictions of online sales of goods and services
• Consideration of the possible implications of Brexit for UK competition law

Richard Whish QC (lion) was a Professor of Law at King's College London from 1991 to 2013 and became Emeritus Professor there in 2013; in 2014 he was appointed QC Honoris Causa.
David Bailey is a Barrister and a Visiting Professor of Law at King's College London.
ISBN13 978-0-19-877906-3
EAN 9780198779063
Titre Competition Law
Numéro d'édition 9
Date de parution 08/2018
Nombre de pages 1056
Type d'ouvrage Traités
Support Livre
Langue Anglais
Auteur(s) Richard Whish, David Bailey
Editeur / Collection / Sous-collection Oxford University Press
Thème Droit > Droit commercial et des affaires > Concurrence
Thème secondaire Droit > Droit international et étranger > Droit international privé
Format Papier