Competition litigation has become a major area of practice and almost invariably involves more than one, and often several jurisdictions. Moreover, arbitration and other dispute resolution mechanisms alternative to litigation (ADR) are becoming increasingly important in competition law. This book examines ail the relevant aspects of litigation, arbitration and ADR in a number of jurisdictions around the world to provide a thorough and exhaustive guide for practitioners based on the analysis of the policies and principles that underpin the law. The authors and editors are leading practitioners, academics and competition officiais in their own jurisdictions and world-wide and bring together unrivalled expertise and practical insights which will be useful in planning and managing multi-jurisdictional competition disputes.
Edited by Gordon Blanke, Renato Nazzini.