King's College (London)

David Bailey

King’s College (London), Brick Court Chambers (London)
Professor of Practice in Competition Law & Clerk

David Bailey is a Professor of Practice in Competition Law at King’s College London. He is also a practising barrister, qualified in England and Wales and in Ireland, and works as Clerk for Brick Court Chambers . Since 2015, he has been Standing Counsel to the UK Competition and Markets Authority and to the Hong Kong Competition Commission. In 2020 David was awarded the Chambers & Partners Bar Awards as Competition Junior of the Year. David is the co-author (with Emeritus Professor Which QC (Hon) of the tenth edition of Competition Law (2021).

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Vidéos

David Bailey (Brick Court Chambers - King's College London)
David Bailey 21 septembre 2017 Bruxelles

Articles

1358 Revue

David Bailey Competition policy in the digital era

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L’objectif de cet article est d’examiner brièvement quelques implications des données numériques et de la « cyber-concurrence » pour la politique de la concurrence. Cela se fait en discutant deux cas qui concernaient des extensions prétendues d’une position dominante dans le monde numérique dans un (...)

Livres

Prix 230€00 Richard Whish QC (Hon) Liber Amicorum

In this Liber Amicorum, the global reach of Professor Whish’s influence is displayed in all its glory. Enforcers, academics and practitioners from around the world pay tribute to the mastery of (...)

Date 11 mars 2020
Auteur(s) : Nicolas Charbit, Sonia Ahmad (Editors)
Prix 230€00
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Global Dictionary of Competition Law

The Global Dictionary of Competition Law is a dictionary dedicated to competition law worldwide, edited by Professors Deborah Healey (University of New South Wales), Bill Kovacic (George (...)

Date 1er janvier 1900
Auteur(s) : Deborah Healey, William Kovacic, Pablo Trevisán, Richard Whish (eds.)
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