Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

New book on EC and Spanish Competition Law

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Volume X of ‘Derecho de la competencia europeo y español‘ is already out (volume IX was also published a few weeks ago). This edition, edited by Luis Ortiz and Eulalia Sanfrutos, includes contributions in English, French and Spanish on different aspects of both EC and Spanish competition law. No review because my objectivity is severely compromised: there are several good friends amongst the authors and I am the co-author of a contribution on the new Chinese Anti-Monopoly law (there’s always a ‘black sheep’ who doesn’t stick to the book’s title). This is the table of contents:

– Problemas prácticos derivados de las nuevas facultades de investigación de la Comisión Nacional de la Competencia / Carmen M. Cerdá Martínez-Pujalte
– La confidencialidad de las comunicaciones entre abogado y cliente: un intento de definición válido para el ordenamiento jurídico español / Violeta Tomás Gutiérrez
– Will the new Commission leniency and fining policy appeal to multi-jurisdictional lenency applicants? / Luis Ortiz Blanco, María Muñoz de Juan and Ángel Givaja
– An offer you can´t refuse? An analysis of EC cartel settlement / Mark English
– Foreign consumers and private antitrust litigation / Charlotte Leskinen
– Competencia y comercialización de derechos de televisión: ¿y si la intervención de las autoridades de competencia fuese el único problema? / Pablo Ibáñez Colomo
– Les mesures structurelles à la lumière du Règlament 1/2003 et du Règlament 139/2004: analyse comparative / Franz Stenitzer
– La regulación de la recuperación de las ayudas de Estado españolas y sus carencias: ¿un exceso de confianza en la autonomía procesal? / Pedro Cruz Yábar
– Defensa de la competencia “Made in China” / Alfonso Lamadrid de Pablo y Napoleón Ruiz García

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

23 October 2009 at 7:22 am

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