“...a good read for lawyers, academics, students and even businesses that are frequently dealing with antitrust issues within the international realm.” – Christina Gavriilidou,
Association for International Arbitration Newsletter, 'In Touch'
“...this volume is currently one of the most extensive and most current books on international antitrust litigation. The book is well structured and the chapters are put together in a comprehensible manner...highly recommended for academics, practitioners and policy-makers with an interest in competition law and/or private international law.” – Baskaran Balasingham,
Global Antitrust Review
“...an important piece of rigorous scholarship, raising numerous questions of great practical importance in international antitrust litigation. It is particularly valuable since it is the first to offer such a comprehensive take on the issues related to such litigation in the EU context. It will be of interest not only to legal scholars, but also to policy-makers and practitioners. Both groups are likely to benefit from the identification of the existing challenges of the present regulatory frameworks, the suggested possible interpretation of problematic provisions, and the offered policy proposals.” – Marek Martyniszyn,
Global Competition Litigation Review, Volume 5, Issue 4,