European Community Merger Control: A Practitioner's Guide presents a current and comprehensive `one-stop' review of jurisdictional, procedural and substantive issues, arising under the European Community's merger control system.
The treatise, written by practitioners for practitioners, presents legal, economic and comparative analyses of the European system and real-world solutions to enable antitrust advisors to guide their clients' mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures successfully through the Merger Regulation's sometimes turbulent regulatory waters.
- Community Dimension
- Jurisdictional Issues
- Relevant Market Definition
- Single-Firm Dominance
- Oligopolistic (Collective) Dominance and Other Substantive Liability Theories
- Affirmative Defenses
- Collateral Restrictions
- Enforcement Powers and Appeals
- Application of Articles 85 and 86 to Structural Transactions
` It is the quality of the comment and analysis that makes this book an outstanding, invaluable and irreplaceable tool for any competition lawyer. The advice of this reviewer is clear. This book is a must read for all competition lawyers. Go out and buy your copy now! '
European Competition Law Review, 19:2 (1998)