Droit de la concurrence : droit français - Traité de droit économique - Tome 1 (ed.3), Louis VOGEL

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Competition Law, the first volume of the Treatise on Economic Law, sets out, in two books (Volume 1/1. European Law; Volume 1/2. French Law), all the rules of competition: cartels and abuse of dominance, competition procedure, mergers, commercial negotiations and unfair competition.

Based on case law, legislation and regulations, the book allows the reader to understand the disparate and complex rules and to foresee their evolution and interactions.

The book is aimed at legal professionals as well as academics and students.

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  • Vogel & Vogel (Paris)

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Louis Vogel, Droit de la concurrence : droit français - Traité de droit économique - Tome 1 (ed.3), Louis VOGEL, February 2021, Concurrences N° 1-2021, Art. N° 102561

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