4 edition of Horizontal agreements and EU competition law found in the catalog.
Horizontal agreements and EU competition law
|LC Classifications||KJE6456 .J47 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 233 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2006445176|
The European Commission has the power to impose fines of up to 10% of an undertaking's turnover in the last financial year for breach of EU competition rules prohibiting cartels and restrictive agreements (under Article (1) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)). Industrial policy across major jurisdictions is shifting to make economies more sustainable. Part of this transition involves encouraging public and private green investments through subsidies and regulation. In the EU, ambitious plans to combat climate change confer a central role on the State aid rules, which have already made strides in supporting sustainability projects.
From the very beginning of liberalization of the electronic communications sector in the ’s, competition law has played a key role, in particular by adopting decisions and legislation based on Article of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (“TFEU”) combined with . This work considers in detail the EU law and case law affecting various types of "horizontal" agreements - those between undertakings operating at the same level of the manufacturing, supply or It derives from a section in the looseleaf Law of the EU (Vaughan & Robertson, eds), and is made available here for the benefit of those who don't.
The content below examines differences between horizontal and vertical cooperation in European Union (EU) competition law. To better understand the approach of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), the analysis also compares the differences that the United States Supreme Court (US SC) makes between horizontal and vertical cooperation. Buy Horizontal Agreements and Cartels in EU Competition Law (eBook), by Frank Wijckmans, Filip Tuytschaever, ISBN , published by Oxford University Press from , the World's Legal Bookshop. Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide.
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Investigating, dissolving, and punishing cartels is increasingly a top priority for the European Commission and for national competition authorities. This work offers the most up-to-date and comprehensive examination of the substantive law and procedure of EU competition law as it applies to cartels as well as to other horizontal agreements.
Abstract The book discusses the EU competition law regime and practice in respect of cartels and other horizontal agreements between competitors. Buy Horizontal Agreements and EU Competition Law: EU Competition Law Library by Jephcott, Mark (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Author: Mark Jephcott. Frank Wijckmans and Filip Tuytschaever edited a new monograph with Oxford University Press () on Horizontal Agreements and Cartels in EU Competition Law, with contributions from renowned private practitioners and public enforcers.
More information on the book, as well as an overview of the contributors, can be found in the OUP catalogue. Horizontal agreements may restrict competition in particular where they involve price fixing or market sharing, or where the see definition formarket power resulting from the horizontal co-operation causes negative market effects with respect to prices, output, innovation or the variety and quality of products.
The Vertical agreements Practice note considers the application of EU competition law to vertical agreements. Vertical agreements are the most frequently encountered commercial agreement.
They are those entered into between two or more firms operating at different levels of the market, for example, between a manufacturer and distributor. This Practice note provides an essential guide to the. The essential guide to EU competition law for students in one volume; extracts from key cases, academic works, and legislation are paired with incisive critique and commentary from two leading experts in the field.
In this fast-paced subject area, Alison Jones and Brenda Sufrin carefully highlight the most important cases, legislation, and developments to allow students to navigate the breadth.
Competition Act and the cartel offence - public enforcement and procedure Enterprise Act - market studies and market investigations The international dimension of competition law Horizontal agreements (1) - cartels Horizontal agreements (2) - oligopoly, tacit collusion, and collective dominance Horizontal agreements are agreements between actual or potential competitors who operate at the same level of production or distribution in the market.
Usually they would need to comply with EU antitrust rules, but certain R&D and specialisation agreements have been exempted under 2 EU Regulations. These Regulations will expire on 31 December Concept of Horizontal agreement provided by the “Glossary of terms used in EU competition policy” (Antitrust and control of concentrations, published in ): Arrangement between actual or potential competitors, that is, under-takings operating at the same level of the production or distribution chain, covering, for example, research and development, production, purchasing or.
4 The EU competition rules on horizontal agreements / • 25% for R&D agreements – as addressed by the R&D block exemption regulation (see Chapter 3); • 20% for production agreements – as addressed by the specialisation block exemption regulation (see Chapter 4); and • 15% for purchasing agreements (seeChapter 5) and commercialisation agreements (see Chapter 6).
Art. (1) of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union (“the Treaty”) prohibits agreements between undertakings that restrict competition unless they contribute to improving the production or distribution of goods or to promoting technical or economic progress, while allowing consumers a fair share of the resulting benefits, in.
Investigating, dissolving, and punishing cartels is increasingly a top priority for the European Commission and for national competition authorities. This work offers the most up-to-date and comprehensive examination of the substantive law and procedure of EU competition law as it applies to cartels as well as to other horizontal unique work supplies the views of.
The book under review represents a fresh and original approach to the treatment of cartels and horizontal agreements in EU competition law it is thorough and thought provoking.
Vertical Agreements in EU Competition Law. Third Edition. Filip Tuytschaever and Frank Wijckmans. A new edition of an established practitioner text providing a detailed and practical analysis of the entire scope of the law relating to vertical agreements. This work offers the most up-to-date and comprehensive examination of the substantive law and procedure of EU competition law as it applies to cartels as well as to other horizontal agreements.
This unique work supplies the views of both private practitioners and public cturer: OUP Oxford. Article (1) – Horizontal agreements. In essence, this consultation targets any form of co-operation agreements concluded between actual or potential competitors, so-called 'horizontal co-operation agreements' which are, in principle, prohibited under Art.
(1) of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union ("the Treaty"), as they. The book explains the purpose of competition policy, introduces the reader to key concepts and techniques in competition law and provides insights into the numerous different issues that arise when analysing market behaviour.
Describing the law in its economics and market context, the chapters particularly consider the competition law implications of business phenomena, including distribution.
Frank Wijckmans discusses the origins and aims of his new book Horizontal Agreements and Cartels in EU Competition Law, and explains its unusual format. Table of treaties and conventions p. xiii Table of EU legislation p. xiv Table of statutes p. xviii Table of statutory instruments p. xxii Table of competition commission reports p.
xxv Table of OFT reports, decisions and publications p. xxvii Table of cases p. xxviii List of abbreviations p. lxix 1 Competition policy and economics p. 1 1 Introduction p. 1 2 Overview of the Practices. About EU Competition Law. This book is designed as a working tool for the study and practice of European competition law.
It is an enlarged and updated sixth edition of the highly practical guide to the leading cases of European competition law.
This sixth edition focuses on Article TFEU, Article TFEU and the European Merger Regulation. Vertical agreement Vertical agreement in the European Union Law. Concept of Vertical agreement provided by the “Glossary of terms used in EU competition policy” (Antitrust and control of concentrations, published in ): Agreement or concerted practice entered into between two or more undertakings each of which operates, for the purposes of the agree-ment, at a different level of the.Horizontal cooperation can be beneficial for consumers and markets but may also create serious legal concerns under EU and UK competition law.
This Practice Note considers the key EU competition rules to be borne in mind when drafting or reviewing a horizontal agreement between actual or .