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With courts and arbitrators functioning daily as front line decision-makers applying EU competition law, this book reflects on a variety of issues related to the litigation and arbitration of cases in this field. It provides expert analysis from perspectives of substance, procedure, fundamental rights, and inter-institutional dialogue and coherence.
With a range of scholarly contributions, the essays address topics including the 2014 EU ‘Damages Directive’, now in force and being implemented; the EU’s tepid reception of the ‘collective redress’ concept; a range of issues concerning state aid law; the arbitrability competition law issues; and many other matters related to arbitration in this context such as judicial review of arbitral awards from a competition law perspective and the interplay between arbitral proceedings and competition agency investigations.
With its wide coverage, this book serves as a valuable resource for any reader working on EU competition law – whether for the purpose of teaching or studying the law, or of practicing in this field as a lawyer, public official, judge or arbitrator.