Description - Bellamy and Child: Materials on European Community Law of Competition by Andrew Macnab
This volume of EC competition law materials is intended to serve both as Volume II: Appendices to the Sixth Edition of Bellamy & Child: European Community Law of Competition and as a free-standing work of reference in its own right. It includes legislation, notices and guidelines relevant to all areas of EC competition law (including Treaty provisions, modernisation and procedural matters, substantive antitrust matters, mergers and concentrations, sectoral regimes, public undertakings and State aids). It will provide a one-stop resource for competition and antitrust practitioners worldwide. For ease of use, notes are included immediately below individual recitals and articles. These notes include the original Official Journal notes, identification of amendments and, as a major enhancement, thorough pinpoint cross-references to specific paragraphs where the relevant provisions are discussed in the Sixth Edition of Bellamy & Child and also the Second Edition of Faull & Nikpay: The EC Law of Competition. A copy of this Materials volume is included with each Bellamy & Child set. The Materials volume is also available for purchase separately.
The Materials volume will be updated and a new edition published annually. In addition, the materials themselves will be kept continuously updated on a companion website.
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Author Biography - Andrew Macnab
Andrew Macnab is a barrister at Monckton Chambers specialising in Competition Law, European Community Law and Commercial Law. He is recommended as a leading junior in EU/Competition Law in Legal 500.