Cleary Gottlieb Antitrust Developments in Europe 2020

Antitrust laws and proceedings in Europe, both at the Union and national/member state levels, profoundly shape the European and international business landscape. It is essential, therefore, that business leaders and legal practitioners remain informed of the most important antitrust law developments and their effect on the business world. Cleary Gottlieb Antitrust Law Developments covers a full range of antitrust issues, such as mergers and acquisitions; abuse of dominant position/monopolization; imposition of fines on both natural persons and companies, etc.

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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