EU and UK Competition Law is your essential guide to the laws and policy underpinning competition law in the EU and UK. Written by a leading expert in the field, this exciting new text book successfully integrates detailed, yet highly readable, discussions of the key legal principles at play in this dynamic area of the law with comprehensive analysis of the academic arguments and theoretical underpinnings of competition law and its development.
Table of Contents
Brief List of Contents Preface Guided tour Acknowledgements Table of cases Table of statutes Table of statutory instruments Table of European legislation Table of US legislation 1 Introduction to competition law and policy 2 The prohibition on anti-competitive agreements 3 Abuse of a dominant position: introduction and pricing abuses 4 Abuse of a dominant position: exclusive dealing, non-pricing abuses and defences 5 Merger control 6 Public enforcement of competition law 7 Private enforcement of competition law 8 Competition law and the state 9 Cartels, oligopolies and horizontal arrangements 10 Distribution agreements 11 Intellectual property and competition law 12 Competition law and energy and telecommunications 13 The international dimensions of competition law Appendix: Competition law on the web Glossary of economic terms Index
Cosmo Graham is Professor of Law at the University of Leicester, and a competition lawyer who specialises in the law relating to the regulation of public utilities. He is also a member of the Competition Law Association and co-editor of the Utilities Law Review.