Cases and Materials on UK and EC Competition Law is designed to help the reader make sense of this fast-developing and often complex area of law. By providing readers with a broad range of materials relating to both UK and EC competition law, prominent cases and materials are collected in one place making this an invaluable resource for students. Useful notes and questions help to check progress and reinforce understanding and expanded further reading points students towards useful websites, books, and articles. Including hard-to-find primary sources as well as extracts from cases, statutes, and academic sources, and supported by penetrating commentary and insightful notes, the second edition of Cases and Materials on UK & EC Competition Law is a vital tool for anyone serious about developing a grasp of this increasingly significant subject.
Kirsty Middleton is a solicitor and lecturer in law at the University of Strathclyde. She specialises in EU law and competition law and has published several papers in both areas. She is the editor of Blackstones UK and EC Competition Documents, also published by Oxford University Press. Barry Rodger is a professor of law at the University of Strathclyde where he teaches competition law. He has published widely, and is co-author, with Angus MacCulloch, of Competition Law and Policy in the EC and UK. Angus MacCulloch is a senior lecturer in law at the University of Lancaster. He has published widely and is co-author, with Barry Rodger, of Competition Law and Policy in the EC and UK. Jonathan Galloway is a lecturer in Law at Newcastle University where he specialises in Competition Law and European Law. His doctoral research was in the field of Competition Law and he has published several papers in this area.
1. Competition law and policy ; 2. UK enforcement ; 3. EC enforcement ; 4. Private enforcement ; 5. Competition law and policy in global markets ; 6. Control of anti-competitive agreements in the UK ; 7. Article 81 EC ; 8. Vertical restraints ; 9. Cartels and leniency ; 10. Article 82 EC ; 11. UK 'monopoly' control ; 12. EC merger control ; 13. UK merger control ; 14. State aid and state regulation