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Bellamy & Child: European Union Law of Competition 8th ed

Edited by: David Bailey, Laura Elizabeth John

ISBN13: 9780198794752
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780198786740
To be Published: November 2018
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £395.00



Now in its eighth edition, Bellamy & Child is the leading authority on EU competition law. It offers a clear and comprehensive exposition of law and procedure, with exhaustive citation of judicial and legislative authorities. Fully up-to-date with major developments in substantive law and case law, this is an essential purchase for EU competition law practitioners.

  • The leading practitioner work in EU competition law, acclaimed for its precise and authoritative statement of legal concepts and extensive citation of legislation, case law, and decisional practice.
  • Detailed coverage of all key areas including Articles 101, 102, and 106, merger control, State aids, intellectual property, sectoral regimes, and remedies.
  • Expanded reference to decisions and judgments of national competition authorities (NCAs) and national courts.
  • Fully updated in its eighth edition, this is the essential resource for all EU competition lawyers.
New to this Edition:

  • Analysis of new competition case law from the General Court and Court of Justice, particularly jurisprudence relating to essential concepts within Articles 101 and 102 TFEU.
  • Coverage of the EU Damages Directive and the European Commission recommendations on collective redress, with a focus on the growth of private enforcement.
  • Evaluation of settlement decisions following the Commission's adoption of a settlement procedure for cartel cases.
  • Discussion of the EU's revised regime for transfer technology agreements.

Subjects:
Competition Law
Contents:
1: EU Competition Law and its Territorial Reach, David Bailey & Laura Elizabeth John
2: Article 101(1), David Bailey & Laura Elizabeth John
3: Article 101(3), George Lusty & Saskia King
4: Market Definition, Philip Woolfe & Julianne Kerr Morrison
5: Cartels, Frances Barr
6: Non-Covert Horizontal Cooperation, James Aitken & Alastair Chapman
7: Vertical Agreements Affecting Distribution or Supply, Rob Williams & Ben Lask
8: Merger Control, John Boyce & Anna Lyle-Smythe
9: Intellectual Property Rights, Oke Odudu
10: Article 102, Rhodri Thompson QC, Christopher Brown, Nicholas Gibson
11: The Competition Rules and the Acts of Member States, Josh Holmes & David Gregory
12: Sectoral Regimes, Stephen Hurley, Ligia Osepciu, Robert Wells, Fabio Falconi, Manish Das
13: Enforcement and Procedure, Tim Ward QC, James Bourke, Milan Kristof
14: Fines for Substantive Infringements, Anthony Dawes & Josephine Norris
15: The Enforcement of the Competition Rules by National Competition Authorities, Ben Rayment
16: Litigating Infringements in the National Courts, Jon Turner QC, Anneli Howard, Michael Armitage
17: State Aids, George Peretz QC & Daisy Mackersie