Angus MacCulloch

Lancaster University
Senior Lecturer

Research interests primarily in Competition Law, particularly cartels and wider antitrust enforcement issues, but also in a number of other areas; including EU Law, Regulation, White Collar Crime, Intellectual Property, and Video Games. Angus MacCulloch first graduated with an LL.B (Hons) from the University of Dundee (1992), before going on to undertake LL.M (European Law) at the University of Strathclyde (1994) and an M.Phil at the University of Manchester (1997). From 1996 he was a Lecturer at the University of Manchester with his research focusing largely on Competition Law. Angus MacCulloch joined Lancaster University Law School, as Senior Lecturer, in September 2006.

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Angus MacCulloch The EU Court of Justice establishes that a national competition authority does not have to prove appreciable effect on competition for object agreements (Expedia)

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Anti-Competitive Agreements: knowing your ‘object’ from your ‘appreciable’ Posted on February 11, 2013* In October 2012 Christopher Brown posted an interesting blog on AG Kokott’s opinion in Case C-226/11 Expedia. The full judgment was delivered on 13 December 2012 and it seems appropriate to look (...)

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