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European Merger Control

By: Michael Rosenthal, Stefan Thomas
Media of European Merger Control
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Published: 14-11-2010
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 500
ISBN: 9781849461306
Imprint: Beck/Hart
Dimensions: 240 x 156 mm
RRP : £295.00
 

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About European Merger Control

European merger control is among the most important and complex aspects of competition law. The rapid pace of development in this area presents a further challenge: legislation and guidance documents are frequently issued and updated, and the formidable body of Court and Commission case-law continues to grow at a daunting rate. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of EC merger control law and procedure. It adopts an integrated approach that embraces both the law and economics of merger control, supplemented throughout with practical insights drawn from the authors' own experience. The book blends practical and academic perspectives and addresses new and unsolved questions of EC merger control law.

Highlights:

Specific and detailed treatment of EC merger control
Comprehensive and up-to-date overview of recent case-law and Commission guidance
Detailed analysis of economic issues posed by the ECMR (e.g., market definition and SIEC test)

Table Of Contents

The book dissects the ECMR in its entirety and addresses the legal, economic, procedural and practical aspects of EC merger control.
Historical and systematic overview of the ECMR
International scope and context of application
Jurisdiction, including allocation (jurisdictional test: "concentrations with Community dimension") and re-allocation ("referral mechanisms") of cases between the Commission and the national competition authorities in the EU
The substantive analysis of concentrations, including the SIEC test and its application in relation to horizontal, vertical and conglomerate effects by the Commission (as reviewed by the European courts)
Remedies
Procedure
Judicial review

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