“[This book] fills a void in the literature as it is a rare combination of meticulously thorough analysis of the EU Directives and their implementation in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France and a critical academic study of the interaction between the EU unfair commercial practices law and the EU competition law.
...this study is of great value to competition lawyers (academics and practitioners), as it provides a critical and comprehensive analysis of the current framework of EU unfair trade law and an original perspective on its interaction with EU competition law.” – Ioannis Lianos,
World Competition Law and Economics Review
“This is a well-written and well-structured book with an extensive and completely up-to-date catalogue of bibliographical sources. Its major contribution to the existing academic literature lies not so much in its systematic and accurate analysis of the UCPD, but rather in the elaboration of its legislative implementation in five particular Member States and the proposed amendments of its currently applicable provisions.
...the book will surely prove very useful to both academics and practitioners interested in the current state of the law in the area of unfair commercial practices and its practical application at national level.” – Georgios Anagnostaras,
Common Market Law Review, Volume 49, 4