European Competition Law provides a wide-ranging review of the European rules relating to competition: restrictive agreements, abuse of a dominant position, impact of intellectual property rights, procedure, merger control, State aid. Using case law, legislative and regulatory sources, European Competition Law provides an interpretation of the various complex rules for a better understanding of how they can interact and develop. The book is intended for legal professionals, academics and students.
European Competition Law (ed.3), Louis VOGEL
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