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Distribution Agreements Under the EC Competition Rules

By: Valentine Korah, Denis O'Sullivan
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Published: 20-06-2002
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 464
ISBN: 9781847312211
Imprint: Hart Publishing
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About Distribution Agreements Under the EC Competition Rules

Professor Korah's short monographs on specific topics within EC Competition law are well known and widely used. This work follows the pattern of her previous books on group exemptions for technology transfer and parallel imports. It examines the regulation on vertical agreements,starting with a chapter on the economic background, before developing, in a series of chapters, a careful analysis of vertical agreements and all the relevant case law. A further chapter deals with agreements which do not come within the regulation, again paying careful attention to the case law.

Table Of Contents

1. Economic Considerations
2. The Law Before 2000-Article 81
3. The Group Exemption
4. Hard Core Restraints
5 . Single Branding
6. Miscellaneous Provisions
7. Distribution Agreements Outside the Block Exemption
8. Conclusion on the Regulation and Guidelines


“…a good basis to the EC rules for distribution agreements” –  Cani Fernandez, World Competition Law and Economics Review

“Korah's and Sullivan's book is the most detailed and knowledgeable work on the Vertical Regulation in English language to date. It will be an indispensable, and also highly understandable tool for anyone seeking to grasp both the new law's essence and its details.” –  Boris M. Kasten, University of Erlangen, Germany, European Competition Law Review

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