Description - Introduction to EU Competition Law by Peter Willis
This book provides an introductory but thorough guide to EU competition law, covering the underlying economics, and the key substantive areas of anticompetitive agreements (Article 81), abuses of dominance (Article 82), the application to the most common types of commercial agreement, state aids, state measures limiting competition and mergers. It also examines the procedures under which the relevant competition authorities apply the rules, private enforcement of the rules before the courts, and minimising risk by implementing a compliance programme. The emphasis is practical rather than theoretical: the authors are practitioners in the field of competition law and economics, with many years' individual and collective experience in the area. This will be an essential reference tool for practitioners, academics and students of EU Competition Law.
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(234mm x 156mm x 28mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Author Biography - Peter Willis
Peter R. Willis is a partner in Taylor Wessing's Competition, Regulation and Trade Group, and he is acknowledged as an expert on the UK Competition Act 1998.