EC Competition Law in Practice

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Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2004 - Law - 251 pages
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Produced in conjunction with the Inns of Court School of Law, the Bar Manuals are designed specifically for students on the Bar Vocational Course. The series takes a practical and accessible approach to subjects covered on the Bar Vocational Course, placing them in context with worked examples and sample materials. This edition covers the important topics found in EC Competition law in depth and from a practitioner's perspective, making them an indispensable aid to the student. The manual poses and answers problems that will face the junior practitioner including, how to write an opinion for a client in a case raising issues of competition law; how to draft statements of case which rely upon European competition laws either as a cause of action or as a defence. These issues are discussed as case studies so that the context is clear.

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Contents

anticompetitive agreements
15
escape from prohibition
34
abuse of a dominant position
42
Copyright

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