Le nouveau droit communautaire de la concurrence

François Brunet, Guy Canivet (dir.)

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Since the beginning of the decade, Community competition law has undergone unprecedented changes, with a sharp increase in the penalties imposed on companies, a greater role for economic analysis, an overhaul of all procedural rules, and new jurisdiction for national authorities and courts.

This book puts this transformation of Community competition law into perspective by presenting :
 the new law on cartels and abuses of dominant position ;
 the new institutional and procedural framework;
 the reform of merger control.

This collective work - which is intended for both practitioners and students - was produced under the direction of Guy Canivet and François Brunet.

Authors

  • ICC France (Paris)
  • French Cour de Cassation (Paris)

Quotation

François Brunet, Guy Canivet, Le nouveau droit communautaire de la concurrence, September 2008, Concurrences N° 3-2008, Art. N° 110278

Publisher LGDJ

Date 11 June 2008

Number of pages 744

ISBN 9782275033082

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