This multi-jurisdictional guide explores the framework and practice in relation to judicial review of competition cases across leading jurisdictions. In a comparative study composed of seventeen essays, current and former judges, alongside notable academics and enforcers, provide global perspectives on universally relevant issues. Topics addressed include questions of fundamental rights and due process, as well competition-specific concerns regarding merger review, monopolization, inspection decisions, fine-setting by the European Commission, and State aid in tax-related matters, among others. Edited by two eminent voices from the bench, the collection fills an important gap in the literature, and constitutes essential reading for all concerned with the rule of law in the competition area.
The jurisdictions covered include Australia, China, the European Union, France, Germany, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, India, Italy, Japan, Poland, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States.
With contributions from: Reiko Aoki, Antony Colafella, Anthony M. Collins, Peter Freeman CBE KC (hon), Geeta Gouri, Shuai Han, Liyang Hou, Juliane Kokott, Godfrey Lam, Irène Luc, Norman Manoim, Mel Marquis, Hugh Mercer KC, Bibek Mukherjee, Gabriella Muscolo, Kazuya Muta, Hanns Peter Nehl, Przemysław Ostojski, Henrik Saugmandsgaard Øe, Stefan Thomas, Amalie Ussing, Erik O. Wennerström, Diane P. Wood.
Read the Forewords by the Editors, and Browse the Table of Contents.
This book was presented at the Private Enforcement in the EU Conference, 18 April 2023 in Paris, France at 13.30 CEST.