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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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The Enterprise Act 2002: The New Law of Mergers, Monopolies and Cartels

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ISBN13: 9781853288968
ISBN: 1853288969
Published: February 2003
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £15.95
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The Enterprise Act 2002 will radically change the UK's competition law regime. This text provides a comprehensive guide to the new merger control and market investigation procedures and the sanctions against cartel activities.

Key features include: detailed guidance on the practical impact of these sweeping changes and the new powers of the competition authorities; explanation of how the new rules interact with the existing competition rules under the Competition Act 1998; and relevant sections and schedules of the Enterprise Act 2002, which are reproduced in full.

This text brings together all of the UK competition rules in one single, concise reference book. It is intended for senior managers and commercial lawyers who need to be thoroughly briefed on the new systems and penalties from a very early stage.

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Competition Law, Company Law, Mergers and Acquisitions
Part I: The Control of Mergers in the UK: 1. Jurisdiction
2. Procedure of the Office of Fair Trading
3. Notification of mergers
4. Procedure of the Competition Commission
5. Enforcement Powers and Interim Restrictions
6. Public Interest Cases and Special Public Interest Cases
7. Newspaper and Water Mergers
Part II: Market Investigations: 8. Market References
9. Enforcement
10. Public Interest Cases
11. Regulated Markets
Part III: Cartels: 12. Investigation and Control of Cartels Under the Competition Act 1998
13. Penalties for involvement in Cartels.