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Anti-Cartel Enforcement Worldwide

Anti-Cartel Enforcement Worldwide
3 Volume Hardback Set


Part of Antitrust and Competition Law

    • Date Published: August 2009
    • availability: In stock
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9780521897211

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    About the Authors
    • This comprehensive multi-contributor collection includes details about every jurisdiction where a mechanism for anti-cartel regulation has been introduced. A concise account of each jurisdiction is provided, presented in a practical and clear manner with the aid of flowcharts, diagrams and tables. Anti-Cartel Enforcement Worldwide aims to provide the legal community, in particular law firms and policy-makers, with an important and authoritative source for information and reference, which will prove valuable when making decisions and delivering sound and accurate advice relating to cartel cases.

      • Key reference guide for competition departments of law firms, libraries and competition authorities
      • Concise, practical accounts of the law in each jurisdiction will help lawyers and policy-makers make decisions and ensure they deliver sound and accurate advice in cartel cases
      • Comprises three hardback volumes, to be updated annually by a paperback supplement
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      Product details

      • Date Published: August 2009
      • format: Multiple copy pack
      • isbn: 9780521897211
      • length: 3000 pages
      • dimensions: 258 x 178 x 88 mm
      • weight: 3.75kg
      • availability: In stock
    • Table of Contents

      1. Introduction
      2. Albania
      3. Algeria
      4. Argentina
      5. Armenia
      6. Australia
      7. Austria
      8. Belgium
      9. Bosnia and Herzegovina
      10. Brazil
      11. Bulgaria
      12. Canada
      13. Chile
      14. China
      15. Costa Rica
      16. Croatia
      17. Cyprus
      18. Czech Republic
      19. Denmark
      20. EEA
      21. Egypt
      22. El Salvador
      23. Estonia
      24. EU
      25. Finland
      26. France
      27. Germany
      28. Greece
      29. Hong Kong
      30. Hungary
      31. Iceland
      32. India
      33. Ireland
      34. Israel
      35. Italy
      36. Japan
      37. Jordan
      38. Kenya
      39. Korea
      40. Latvia
      41. Lithuania
      42. Luxembourg
      43. Macedonia
      44. Malta
      45. The Netherlands
      46. New Zealand
      47. Norway
      48. Pakistan
      49. Peru
      50. The Philippines
      51. Portugal
      52. Qatar
      53. Romania
      54. Saudi Arabia
      55. Singapore
      56. Slovak Republic
      57. Slovenia
      58. South Africa
      59. Spain
      60. Sweden
      61. Switzerland
      62. Taiwan
      63. Thailand
      64. Tunisia
      65. Turkey
      66. Ukraine
      67. United Kingdom
      68. United States
      69. Venezuela.

    • General Editors

      Maher M. Dabbah, Queen Mary University of London
      Maher M. Dabbah is a barrister of the Middle Temple and the Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy (ICC) at Queen Mary, University of London. He acts as special counsel and consultant to a number of international organisations, governments and multinational firms.

      Barry E. Hawk, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher and Flom LLP
      Barry E. Hawk is a partner at the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and the Director of the Fordham Competition Law Institute. He has advised leading companies and governments on competition law and policy, conducted annual seminars for officials of the European Commission and served as a consultant to the Commission's Legal Service and to the OECD.

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