Succinct and concise, this textbook covers all the procedural and substantive aspects of EU competition law. It explores primary and secondary law through the prism of ECJ case law. Abuse of a dominant position and merger control are discussed and a separate chapter on cartels ensures the student receives the broadest possible perspective on the subject. In addition, the book's consistent structure aids understanding: section summaries underline key principles, questions reinforce learning and essay discussion topics encourage further exploration. By setting out the economic principles which underpin the subject, the author allows the student to engage with the complexity of competition law with confidence. Integrated examples and an uncluttered writing style make this required reading for all students of the subject.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.77(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.79(d)|
About the Author
Moritz Lorenz is a practitioner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. He advises on EU competition law covering all major areas including cartels, merger control, dominance, supply agreements, licences and cooperation agreements. He also teaches competition law at Halle University.
Table of Contents1. Economic and legal foundations of EU competition law; 2. Key concepts of article 101 TFEU; 3. Possibilities for cooperation under Article 101 TFEU; 4. Article 102 TFEU - abuse of a dominant position; 5. Merger control; 6. Cartels.