Cases and Materials on EC Competition Law
The new edition of this book continues to be one of the leading works on competition law for students, and the ideal companion to the author's Introductory Guide to EC Competition Law and Practice (8th Edition â?? 2004), also by Hart Publishing. The book has been completely updated to take into account recent developments in EC competition law, including the modernization effected by Regulation 1/2003, the Merger Regulation, and changes to the rules on intellectual property and competition law. As such it remains an invaluable work of reference for law students and practitioners seeking a succinct compilation of cases and other materials. It is accompanied by the author's penetrating and often critical observations and analysis. The bulk of the text is made up of extracts from Commission decisions, opinions of the Advocates General at the European Court of Justice (ECJ), and judgments of the ECJ and the Court of First Instance. These are supplemented by extracts from EC legislation, and comments, notes, and questions prepared by the author.
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