This two-volume Liber amicorum is a collection of tributes to Ian Forrester’s outstanding career and articles signed by prominent academics and practitioners around the world on the most current topics in EU law and policies, human rights and intellectual property. Ian’s good spirits and quirky sense of humour have made him friends and professional connections all over the world and this Liber amicorum is an occasion to mark the outstanding merits of a remarkable man and express the long lasting and affectionate friendship.
See inter alia: ’Merger control in regulated sectors: A bridge too far?’, Peter Alexiadis; ’Interim relief in EU competition law: a matter of relevance’, Jean-Yves Art; ’‘[M]ust be interpreted in the light of economic considerations’: some reflections on the case law of the EFTA court’, Carl Bauden Bacher; ’Use and abuse of the ‘single and continuous infringement’ concept in EU cartel cases the implications for follow-on private actions for damages’, Jean-François Bellis; ’Transatlantic competition law convergence: Looking for a chimera?’, Kent Bernard; ’Industrial policy, china and the world: Are there norms?’, Eleanor M. Fox; ’EU competition rules and maritime agreements post-2004’, Rosa Greaves; ’Competition law and personal data crossing in digital markets’, Gönenç Gürkaynak, Ayşe Güner, and Ayşe Gizem Yaşar; ’Competition law and consumer protection in pre-industrial societies’, Barry E. Hawk; ’Patent settlements as by object restrictions: A European approach, but is it the right one?’, James Killick; ’Arbitration and damages claims based on competition law infringements’, Assimakis P. Komninos; The relationship between public and private enforcement of EU competition law: Some thoughts on recent developments’, Nicholas Khan; ’Parallel trade after the GlaxoSmithkline judgments’, Santiago Martínez Lage and Helmut Brokelmann; ’Joint ownership of undertakings without joint control: Minority shareholdings at a crossroads in competition law’, Luís Silva Morais; ’Should reverse payment patent settlements be prohibited per se?’, Valerie Meunier and Jorge Padilla; ’Has merger control spun out of control? The effects of a quarter of a century of EU merger control’, Mark Powell; ’Relations between regulatory and competition law in the light of Lucentis/avastin (Novartis/Roche) case law’, Francesco Setti; ’Some thoughts on legality and legitimacy’, Jacques Steenbergen; ’Compensation for damages as a result of antitrust violations: European Union and Argentina’, Pablo Trevisán; ’Ordoliberalism and the modernization of EU competition law’, James S. Venit; ’‘Oh illustrious caesar! If it is sufficient to deny, what hereafter will become of the guilty?, On the presumption of innocence, the burden of proof, and the standard of proof in EU competition law’, Denis Waelbroeck and Mathieu Vancaillie; ’The current role of the hearing officer: Another step change’, Karen Williams.
With contributions from: Cecilia Álvarez Rigaudias, Josef Azizi, Barry Baines, Jacques Bourgeois, Merijn Chamon, Claus-Dieter Ehlermann, Alfonso Gutierrez, Patrick Hugg, Sir Francis G. Jacobs, Colin MacKay, Jacquelyn MacLennan, Paul Mahoney, Niamh Nic Shuibhne, Isao Noishiki, Christopher Norall, José Pérez Santos, Robert Reich, Sir Konrad Schiemann, Dean Spielmann, Pauline Tart, Mathieu Vancaillie, Michel Waelbroeck, Jo Weiss
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