Cleary Gottlieb Antitrust Developments in Europe 2020
Covering the full range of issues, Cleary Gottlieb Antitrust Developments in Europe 2020 provides a practical commentary on the major developments of 2020 through early 2021 in antitrust/competition law at both the EU level and in select Member States.
Cleary Gottlieb Antitrust Law Developments yearbook contains insightful and concise analysis of major antitrust actions.
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Cleary Gottlieb Antitrust Developments in Europe, covers a number of topics such as: the application of EU and national antitrust laws to domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and minority holdings; relations among competitors and among companies operating at different levels of trade; the behavior of dominant companies; the application of State aid rules; proceedings before the European Commission and national antitrust authorities; arbitration; and litigation before the European Courts and national courts.
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