Queen Mary University (London)

Maher Dabbah

Queen Mary University (London)
Professor

Eyad Maher Dabbah holds the Chair in Competition Law and Policy. He joined Queen Mary University of London in October 2001. Prior to that he was a lecturer in law at King’s College, University of London where he taught EU competition law on the LLM programme and EU law, property law, trusts law and business tenancies on the LLB programme. Eyad specialises in the field of antitrust and competition. He has published widely in this field and is the author of several books dealing with national, regional and global competition law and policy. He is also the editor of two major works in the field: Merger Control Worldwide (with Paul Lasok QC) and Anti-cartel Enforcement Worldwide (with Professor Barry Hawk). Eyad is a frequent speaker and chairman at competition law conferences and events, and has taught competition law in many places around the world. He acts as special counsel and consultant to several governments, international organisations and business firms. Eyad has handled a number of high-profile competition law matters before competition authorities around the world as well as in arbitration proceedings. Some of the cases handled by Eyad have been the first of their kind in some jurisdictions.

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Maher Dabbah International and Comparative Competition Law

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This section selects books on themes related to competition laws and economics. This compilation does not attempt to be exhaustive but rather a survey of themes important in the area. The survey usually covers publication over the last three months after publication of the latest issue of (...)

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