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Vol 22 No 6 June/July 2017

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Current and Future Perspectives on EC Competition Law

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ISBN13: 9789041106919
ISBN: 904110691X
Published: October 1997
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Paperback
Price: £107.00

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This work addresses some of the controversies in the field of EC competition law, with a view to stimulating discussion on major policy areas. It includes contributions on issues such as the Commission's attitude to vertical restraints, the difficulties arising from the application of EC competition law by national administrators and national courts, the often unbalanced relationship between competition law and the consumer, the Commission's attitude to joint ventures and to public service obligations, the difficulties with the new Form A/B for notifications, and the wide ambit of the duty of Community loyalty by Article 5 EC.;A series of international practitioners have contributed papers, designed for Community officials, academics and students.

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Competition Law
Invalidity of exclusive provisions in distribution contracts under EC Competition Law, V. Korah; vertical restrictions under Article 85 EC - towards a moderate reform of current competition policy, H. Schroter; changes in EC policy on joint ventures, H. Akyurek-Kievits; the core of the constitutional law of the community - Article 5 EC, J.T. Lang; the enforcement of EC Competition Law in the domestic courts of the member states, R. Whish; enforcement of EC Competition Law by national authorities - square pegs in round holes?, J.H.J. Bourgeois. Decision-making in competition cases - the investigator, the prosecutor and the judge, J. Steenbergen; competition and public service obligations - the example of the energy sector, P.-J. Slot; the new form - better law?, K. Ritter; Competition Law and the consumer, N. Reich; epilogue - the organization of European competition policy, R. Mok.