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Competition Law of the European Union, Second Edition provides a comprehensive analysis of the competition policy of the European Union, along with the latest case law and relevant primary source material. Topics include a thorough analysis of the founding treaty, organization, law and regulations of the European Union, as well as examination of decisions and agreements affecting commerce and economic activity in such areas as pricing and distribution practices, mergers, joint ventures, monopolies, licensing, intellectual property rights and enforcement and remedies. The maze of special rules that apply to specific sectors like energy, postal services, telecommunications, new media and surface transport are covered as well. The treatise also sets forth the text of the establishing treaty, and significant regulations, announcements, and protocols.
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Table of contents
PART I OVERVIEW
Chapter A Competition Law in the European Union After Lisbon
Chapter 1 Introduction
PART II PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES
Chapter 2 Analysis of Article 81(1)
Chapter 3 Abuse of a Dominant Position
Chapter 4 State Aids
Chapter 4A The Control of State Action
Chapter 5 The Control of Concentrations Between Undertakings
Chapter 6 Joint Ventures and Cooperation Between Undertakings
Chapter 7 Cartels and Horizontal Collusive Conduct
Chapter 8 Distribution
Chapter 9 Intellectual Property Rights and the EC Competition Rules
Chapter 10 The Procedure Before the Commission
PART II PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES
Chapter 11 The Procedure in the European Competition Network
Chapter 12 The Application of EU Competition Law by National Courts
Chapter 13 Extraterritorial Aspects of EU Competition Law
Chapter 14 Treatment of Competition Cases Following Expiry of European
Coal and Steel Community Treaty
Chapter 15 Agriculture
Chapter 16 Energy
Chapter 17 Surface Transport
Chapter 18 Financial Services
Chapter 19 Telecommunications
Chapter 20 New Media
Chapter 21 Postal Services