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EU Competition Law Volume III: Cartel Law: Restrictive Agreements and Practices between Competitors

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ISBN13: 9789077644065
New Edition ISBN: 9789077644201
Published: May 2007
Publisher: Claeys & Casteels
Country of Publication: Belgium
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Wildy's Book of the Month - June 2007

Advising clients on the fine line between legitimate co-operation and illegal collusion has always been one of the most difficult tasks for competition lawyers, possibly second only to defending a company under investigation for participating in an illicit cartel. This new volume provides clear guidance to lawyers, academics and business alike on these issues, analysing in considerable detail not only the law involved, but also the practical issues of dealing with the Commission in such cases. It covers all aspects of agreements concluded between competitors, ranging from illegal price-forming to co-operative joint ventures and joint purchasing/sellling.

In addition to the law and practice of cartel agreements, this volume will cover, inter alia:

  • Information exchange agreements
  • Dealing with surprise inspections
  • Compliance programmes
  • The leniency Notice, when and how to approach the Commission
  • Defending a client before the Commission in cartel cases
  • Evidence and the burden of proof
  • Appealing against fines
Written by Mario Siragusa, who is widely regarded as the leading practitioner in this area and has been lead defence Counsel in practically all the major EU cartel cases over the last decade, with contributions by leading practitioners from several EU Member States, with extensive experience in dealing with international cartels: Gerard Damien, Shaun Goodman, Cesare Rizza, Robert Schulz, Sergio Sorinas.

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Subjects:
Competition Law
Contents:
In addition to the law and practice of cartel agreements, this volume will cover, inter alia:
Information exchange agreements
Dealing with surprise inspections
Compliance programmes
The leniency Notice, when and how to approach the Commission
Defending a client before the Commission in cartel cases
Evidence and the burden of proof
Appealing against fines ;