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Bellamy and Child: European Community Law of Competition 5th ed: Appendices Only

Edited by: P.M. Roth

ISBN13: 9780421827004
ISBN: 0421827009
New Edition ISBN: 9780199286447
Published: July 2001
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Bellamy and Child: European Community Law of Competition has established itself as the leading practitioner work in this field. An essential reference in two volumes, it includes comprehensive, cutting-edge coverage of competition law in the European Union.

It is now thoroughly revised and updated, making access to this authoritative work even more crucial.

  • Detailed analysis of core Articles, revised to reflect new European legislation
  • The new regime for vertical agreements: 2790/1999 and the guidelines on vertical restraint
  • Analysis of leading cases, their impact and influence in practice, including the major cartel appeals: Polypropelene, PVC (No.2), Steel Beams and Cement
  • Specialist sector chapters with up-to-date coverage of telecommunications, transport, energy, coal & steel, and agriculture
  • A whole separate volume of Appendices providing texts of relevant Articles of the EC Treaty, Regulations, Directives and Guidelines.

Subjects:
Competition Law, EU Law
Contents:
The Community context.; Article 81(1). ;Article 81(3). ;Article 81: Common horizontal agreements.; Joint ventures and similar collaborative arrangements. ;Mergers, acquisitions and other concentrations.; Vertical agreements affecting distribution or supply.; Intellectual property rights. ;Article 82. ;Enforcement of competition rules in member states. ;Notification and its effects. ;Enforcement and procedure. ;The role of the state in regulated industries.; Telecommunications.; Transport. ;Energy. ;Coal and steel. ;Agriculture. ;State aids.