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Brick Court Chambers: Competition Litigation UK Practice and Procedure

Edited by: Mark Brealey, Nicholas Green

ISBN13: 9780199573332
New Edition ISBN: 9780199665075
Published: March 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £262.50

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Competition Litigation: UK Practice and Procedure is the new definitive work on competition litigation in the UK. Written and edited by a team from leading competition set Brick Court Chambers, this book draws upon the vast collective experience of the authors and offers unprecedented breadth of commentary and depth of expert insight into the practice and procedure of competition litigation, focussing particularly on the High Court and the Competition Appeal Tribunal.

The work covers all aspects of competition litigation including: commencement of proceedings, jurisdiction, statements of case, disclosure, evidential issues, privilege and confidentiality, hearings, intervention, remedies, and dispute resolution. It takes a unique hands-on approach to the subject, offering extensive practical guidance that goes beyond the scope of typical civil procedure books.

The book will be an essential companion for any practitioner specialising in contentious competition law, as well as for those in the judiciary and the regulatory authorities themselves. It will also be the first port of call for commercial litigators who need to understand the specific demands and peculiarities of competition litigation.

    Co-authored by the barristers of Brick Court Chambers, an outstanding team of specialists in all aspects of EU and Competition litigation, who have been involved in many of the leading EU and UK Competition Law cases
  • A 'one-stop' reference point providing relevant and up-to-date guidance and advice to competition or litigation practitioners at all levels
  • Covers all aspects of case work including commencement of proceedings, jurisdiction, statements of case, disclosure, evidential issues, privilege and confidentiality, hearings, intervention, remedies, quantum issues, costs, appeals, arbitration, mediation and criminal proceedings
  • The first text to consider a number of important developments such as the prospect of criminal proceedings under competition legislation, the potential application of the Commission's White Paper on Damages Actions, and the impact of the wide-reaching competition provisions in the new 'Rome II' Regulation

Competition Law
1. Introduction and Scope
2. Commencing Proceedings, Causes of Action and Locus
3. Limitation
4. Jurisdiction
5. Statements of Case, Summary Judgment and Strike Out
6. Disclosure
7. Confidentiality and Privilege
8. Evidence I: Previous Decisions, Res Judicata
9. Evidence II: Witness and Expert Evidence
10. Third Party Intervention
11. Interim Remedies
12. Hearings
13. Burden and Standard of Proof
14. Quantum
15. Final Orders
16. Costs and Funding
17. Appeals and References
18. Arbitration, ADR, and mediation
19. Criminal Proceedings