By Richard Whish, David Bailey
Richard Whish's Competition Law is the definitive textbook in this topic. The author's authoritative therapy of the realm is matched through a full of life and easy-to-follow writing kind, making this booklet an critical source for undergraduate and postgraduate legislation and economics scholars, in addition to for practitioners and officers taken with festival legislation.
Explaining the industrial context in which festival legislation operates within the united kingdom, EC, and across the world, Whish appears to be like on the constituent components of the legislation and analyzes how they impact advertisement phenomena. Key facets are tested intimately, together with mergers, horizontal and vertical agreements, the Abuse of Dominance, highbrow estate, and the duties of Member States lower than the EC. The e-book additionally scrutinizes primary Acts and Articles - festival Act 1998; company Act 2002; Articles eighty one and eighty two - supplying readers with context, effects and an summary of ways those are utilized in perform.
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498 Centraal Stikstof Verkoopkantoor, Re OJ  L 242/15,  1 CMLR 11 . . 526 Centrafarm BV v Sterling Drug Inc (15/74)  ECR 1147,  2 CMLR 480 . . 93 Centre Belge d’Etudes de Marché Télémarketing v CLT (311/84)  ECR 3261,  2 CMLR 558 . . 178, 184, 206, 211, 229, 233, 695, 738 Centro Servizi Spediporto v Spedizioni Marittima del Golfo (C-96/94)  ECR I-2883,  4 CMLR 613 . . 221, 576 CEPSA Estaciones de Servicio SA v LV Tobar e Hijos SL (C-279/06)  ECR I-6681,  5 CMLR 1327 .
642, 643 Land Rover Group Ltd v UPF (UK) Ltd (in receivership)  All ER (D) 323 . . 316, 710 Langnese-Iglo GmbH v Commission (T-24/92 & 28/92 R)  ECR II-1839 . . 255 Langnese-Iglo GmbH v Commission (T-7/93)  ECR II-1533,  5 CMLR 602 . . 141, 165, 638 Langnese-Iglo GmbH v Commission (T-9/93)  ECR II-1611,  5 CMLR 659 . . 638 Langnese-Iglo GmbH v Commission (C-279/95 P)  ECR I-5609,  5 CMLR 933 . . 638 Langnese/Schöller OJ  L 183/19,  4 CMLR 51 .
33, 37, 478, 483, 485 Barrett Estate Services Ltd v OFT (1125/1/1/09 etc ) CAT 9 . . 412, 553, 557 Barry Wright Corp v ITT Grinnell Corp 724 F 2d 227, p 232 (1st Cir 1983) . . 741 BASF AG v Commission (T-101/05 &T-111/05)  ECR II-4949,  4 CMLR 347 . . 102, 104, 278, 294, 520 BASF v Commission (T-80/89)  ECR II-729 . . 98 BASF v Commission (T-175/95)  ECR II-1581,  4 CMLR 33 . . 123 BASF v Commission (T-15/02)  ECR II-497,  5 CMLR 27 . . 293, 519 Bass OJ  L 186/1,  5 CMLR 782 .