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With around 50 chapters dealing with all aspects of antitrust law and competition law written by experts in the field, this book is the first, English-language book on competition law and arbitration covering both US antitrust and EC competition law. The book will provide an indepth examination of all relevant aspects across the field. Rather than just flagging issues, it will provide workable guidance on how practitioners can solve them.
Individual chapters will be written by recognised specialists. The book will be set up to ensure that competition law and arbitration practitioners understand the issues at hand. For example, the economic evidence in the competition law arbitrations chapter will detail the particularities of arbitration vis-a.-vis litigation before courts. This will ensure the practical relevance of the title for both fields.
Lastly, there will be chapters dealing with specific industrial sectors which feature heavily in arbitration and where competition law issues arise frequently: oil and gas, telecoms and pharmaceuticals.