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Butterworths Competition Law Handbook 23ed (Print and eBook)

Butterworths Competition Law Handbook 23rd edition is the latest edition of arguably the most comprehensive single collection of UK and EU statutory source material and official guidance on competition law.
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£249.00
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ISBN/ISSN: Z00005070767X

Product description

Why should you buy Butterworths Competition Law Handbook 23rd edition


This is the latest edition of arguably the most comprehensive single collection of UK and EU statutory source material and official guidance on competition law. Legislation is printed as currently practiced and the simple layout directs you to the information you need quickly and easily. In addition to all amendments, repeals and revocations, it features expert annotations regarding commencement and cross-references to other legislation.

Butterworths Competition Law Handbook presents the latest legislation in an easy-to-use format so you will be able to find information quickly and easily. It can be used as a stand-alone desktop reference.

This is the essential reference source for lawyers, any firm of solicitors or in-house department that deals with competition law issues.

New to this edition:

EU

  • New information on anonymous whistleblower tool for cartels
  • Revised recommendations for the use of electronic document submissions in antitrust/cartel cases
  • New working arrangements for the functioning of the mergers Advisory Committee
  • Amended State Aid General Block Exemption Regulation
  • Updated rules of procedure of the General Court and Court of Justice, and statute of the Court of Justice

UK

  • New CMA templates on confidentiality ring undertakings; disclosure room undertakings; and disclosure room rules
  • Updated Competition Act 1998 guidance from Ofcom, Ofgem and Ofwat
  • Revised merger notice
  • Amended CMA commentary on retail mergers
  • Updated guidance on “de minimis” (i.e. the exception to the duty to refer in markets of insufficient importance)
  • New guidance on initial enforcement orders and derogations in merger investigations
  • Revised guidance on the CMA’s mergers intelligence function

Table of contents

Table of Contents
PART I - STATUTES

PART II - STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS
A. Procedural matters
B. Enforcement and Penalties
C. Exclusions and Exemptions
D. Merger Control
E. Litigation

PART III - COMPETITION AND MARKETS AUTHORITY AND OTHER GUIDELINES
A General
B. Competition Act 1998 investigations and cartels
C. Mergers
D. Markets

PART IV - EU MATERIALS
A. General
B. Cooperation Agreements
C. Vertical Agreements
D. Transport
E. Enforcement
F. Concentrations

PART V - STATE AID
A. General
B. Temporary Rules Established in Response to the Economic and Financial Crisis
C. Horizontal Rules
D. Sector-Specific Rules
E. Specific Aid Instruments
F. Services of General Economic Interest

PART VI - UK AND EU COURT MATERIALS
A. UK Courts
B. EU Courts; Appendix—List of Consultations and Draft Documents