EU Competition Law: A Comprehensive Overview
EU Competition Law: A Comprehensive Overview is a book that aims to provide a broad and in-depth understanding of EU competition law. This book would likely cover topics such as the historical background, the basic principles of EU competition law, the role of the European Commission and national competition authorities, and the procedures and enforcement of EU competition law.
The book would likely explain the EU competition law rules which prohibit anti-competitive agreements and abuse of a dominant market position by companies, as well as the merger control rules which regulate the concentration of companies. It would also discuss the different types of investigations and enforcement actions that can be taken by the European Commission and national competition authorities, as well as the rights and obligations of companies under EU competition law.
Additionally, the book could provide an in-depth analysis of the different areas of EU competition law, such as cartel enforcement, abuse of dominance, merger control, State aid and antitrust damages. Furthermore, the book could provide an overview of the recent cases and legislative developments in the EU competition law field and its potential implications for businesses and professionals.
It could be a valuable resource for lawyers, academics, in-house counsel, business executives, and anyone else interested in understanding EU competition law and its application in depth. The book would likely be useful for professionals operating in EU or in companies that have commercial activities in the EU and want to have a thorough understanding of the EU competition law.