Butterworths Competition Law Service
Butterworths Competition Law Service provides an in-depth commentary and analysis of competition case law and legislation in the EU and UK.
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Why should you buy Butterworths Competition Law Service
Butterworths Competition Law Service provides an in-depth commentary and analysis of competition case law and legislation in the EU and UK. Updated five times a year and revised to incorporate the wide changes resulting from the Enterprise Act 2002 and the modernisation of competition law.
Written by an expert editorial team in competition law, Butterworths Competition Law Service provides coverage of every facet of competition legislation in the EU and UK, from the substantive and procedural provisions of each system of legislation, to particular regimes that affect specific sectors such as gas, water, electricity, agriculture and communications.
Each of the narrative divisions provides in-depth commentary and analysis of the case law and legislation in both the EU and UK, plus an invaluable collection of primary and secondary legislation.
Widely relied upon by practitioners, the work adopts a practical, transaction-based approach with much of the text dealing with particular types of agreement or commercial behaviour in context. Together with extensive cross-referencing and comprehensive tables and index, this invaluable looseleaf work provides all the information that the busy practitioner is likely to need in his day-to-day practice.
Six looseleaf volumes, five services issues approx. per year (invoiced separately on publication).
Table of contents
Division I — Principles of EC and UK competition law
Division II — Horizontal agreements likely to be prohibited
Division III — Horizontal agreements likely to be permitted
Division IV — Distribution
Division V — Licensing
Division VI — Dominant firms and monopolists
Division VII — Merger Control
Division VIII — State aids
Division IX — Special Sectors
EC Competition law and the state, agriculture, transport, financial services and competition policy, water, gas, electricity, telecommunications, broadcasting
Division X — Enforcement by the regulatory authorities
Division XI — Private enforcement in national courts
Division XII — Extra-territoriality
Division A — EC legislation and materials
Division B — EC proposals
Division C — ECSC legislation
Division D — State aids and materials
Division E — UK Statutes
Division F — UK Statutory Instruments
Division G — EEA legislation and materials
Division H — OFT and Competition Commission Guidelines