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EU Competition Law Volume I: Procedure - Antitrust - Merger - State Aid 2nd ed isbn 9789077644195

EU Competition Law Volume I: Procedure - Antitrust - Merger - State Aid

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ISBN13: 9789077644041
ISBN: 9077644040
New Edition ISBN: 9789077644195
Published: February 2006
Publisher: Claeys & Casteels
Country of Publication: Belgium
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



With the adoption of Regulation 1/2003 at the end of 2002 and Regulation 773/2004 in April 2004, the procedures organising the enforcement of Community EU law, at both the national and Community level, have undergone a major transformation. In particular, these reforms have made Articles 81 and 82 directly applicable in full, changed the manner in which undertakings might get legal security regarding their agreements and provide for a much greater role in Community competition law enforcement for national competition authorities. This title gives a complete working guide to these new procedures as well as a detailed examination of Court jurisprudence in this complex and important area of law.

This entirely new title looks at the new EU Competition Procedures following the reform in 2003. It provides a working guide to dealing with the Commission, national competition authorities and the courts. This book provides practicioners and academics with a clear and comprehensive guide in this field.

Gian Luigi Tosato is Professor of International and EU law at "La Sapienza" University in Rome. He is founder and head of "Studio Legale Tosato", an internationally oriented law firm specialized in corporate, EU and antitrust law. He is author or editor of numerous works on public and private international law and European law.

Leonardo Bellodi is Head of ENI delegation to the European Union in Brussels and visiting professor at the University of Padua. He is author of numerous publications in the area of competition law.

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Subjects:
Competition Law
Contents:
Sources
The modernisation process
Scope
Complaints
Powers of Investigation
Decisions
Exemption regulations
Decentralised application
Internal cooperation
Mergers
State Aid
Judicial protection at European level
The UK system
The Italian system