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Competition and consumer law are recent and fast-growing fields of law, but they are also complex because they involve other disciplines such as civil law, banking law and European law.
This book, the first of its kind in competition and consumer law, offers six titles subdivided into eighteen themes covering the essential aspects of the subject. The main types of exercises, the dissertation, the case study and the commentary on a judgment are treated in a complete manner, taking into account the particularities of each of them. For each title, a brief and concise reminder of the course is first offered to allow the reader to learn or remember some essential ideas related to each theme treated in the book. The second step is to suggest an essay topic and a suggested correction. And for each theme, the reader is offered comments on the judgments, practical cases and their complete corrections. In addition, to reinforce the practical usefulness and originality of the book, the authors have decided to include appendices with definitions of the essential terms of the subject, an MCQ and sample letters of appeal. Finally, a very extensive case study covering most of the topics studied is provided at the end of the book to help students in their revision. In addition, a brief general bibliography is provided at the end of the book.
This book is intended for second-year undergraduate students, people taking competitive exams, as well as professionals and private individuals who are curious about the intricacies of the subject. The authors wish to make it clear that the objective of this book, especially for students, is not to replace lectures. It is intended to help them better understand and assimilate the particularities of the different types of exams as well as the essential notions of the subject.