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Antitrust Developments in Europe 2007

By Romano Subiotto, Robert Snelders


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Antitrust laws and proceedings in Europe, both at the Community and national levels, shape the European and international business landscape profoundly. It is therefore essential that business leaders and legal practitioners remain informed of the most important antitrust law developments and their effect on the business world.

Antitrust Developments in Europe 2007 provides a comprehensive and practical commentary on the past year's major developments in EC and national antitrust law. Topics covered include:

  • Vertical Restraints
  • Horizontal Agreements
  • Abuse of Market Power
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • State Aid
  • Policy and Procedures

The insightful and concise analysis of major antitrust actions contained in this yearbook will be invaluable to antitrust legal practitioners, in-house counsel, businesspeople and others with an interest in the field.

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, with one of the most sophisticated and highly-respected European antitrust law practices, has systematically and meticulously monitored antitrust developments in Europe since the early 1970s. This volume represents the combined efforts and expertise of Cleary Gottlieb's antitrust practitioners in this rapidly-changing field.

Publish Date 12/04/2008
Publish Frequency Annually
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789041127785
SKU 10057291-0005
Table of Contents

Part I: EC Competition Developments. 1. Horizontal Agreements. 2. Abuse of Market Power. 3. Mergers and Acquisitions. 4. State Aid. 5. Policy and Procedure. Part II: National Competition Developments. 6. Austria. 7. Belgium. 8. Denmark. 9. Finland. 10. France. 11. Germany. 12. Greece. 13. Ireland. 14. Italy. 15. The Netherlands. 16. Spain. 17. Sweden. 18. Switzerland. 19. United Kingdom.