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Economic law traditionally constitutes the law of a type of organization, the company, but beyond that, the law of the legal framework in which this organization evolves, the market. Economic law is essentially global and is based on universal economic and legal theories that affect the entire business world. Economic law is an ever-changing law and requires knowledge of all the case law, the myth of the unity of national law being completely outdated in this field. A veritable thematic code devoted to European and French competition law, this book presents in an orderly fashion all the relevant case law and texts applicable to European and French competition law. Designed and annotated by Louis Vogel, the code provides a synthesis of all the case law relating to the same text. It contains more than 3500 summaries and 4500 decisions from all levels of jurisdiction. All the decisions are available online.