Description - EU Competition Law: General Principles by David Vaughan
EU Competition Law: General Principles (EU Competition Law Library) provides an authoritative overview of competition law in the European Union. It includes up to date and detailed analysis of core Treaty articles and case law on the fundamental principles affecting commercial agreements, abuse of dominant position and state involvement and its effect under competition law. It derives from a section in the looseleaf Law of the EU (Vaughan & Robertson, eds), and is made available here for the benefit of those who don't subscribe to the looseleaf. The authors are leading practitioners in the field of UK and EU competition law.
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Author Biography - David Vaughan
David Vaughan QC is a leading expert on European Union law, particularly within the competition and administrative practice areas. He is a senior barrister at Brick Court Chambers in London and has appeared in more than 90 cases at the European Court of Justice. The Chambers and Partners Guide to the Legal Profession 2002 - 2003 describes Mr Vaughan as "one of the senior statesmen of the competition world". He is also a Deputy High Court Judge, Judge of the Court of
Appeals of Jersey and Guernsey, and Honorary Professor of European Law at Durham University.
Barrister specialising in EU law, competition litigation (UK and EU), conflicts, judicial review, human rights and all types of commercial litigation and ICC and other arbitration.
Barrister specialising in commercial law; EC; public law; employment law.
Commercial litigation generally, including joint venture shareholder disputes, shipping, international trade, competition law, insurance and banking. Experience of advocacy in particular in the Commercial Court and in ICC and LMAA arbitrations.