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EU Competition Law Series Volume V - Abuse of Dominance under Article 102 TFEU

  • ID: 2654933
  • Book
  • Region: Europe
  • 850 Pages
  • Claeys & Casteels Publishing
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Article 102 TFEU, concerning the abuse of a dominant position, has probably never played a more prominent role in EU anti-trust policy than today. In 2009 there were high prole cases involving Microsoft, Intel, GDF Suez, and numerous others, and at the end of 2008 the Commission issued new Guidance on enforcement priorities in applying Article 102 to abusive exclusionary conduct.

Article 102 represents in many respects probably the most rapidly evolving area of EU anti-trust law.get legal security regarding their agreements and provide for a much greater role in Community competition law enforcement for national competition authorities. This title gives a complete working guide to these new procedures as well as a detailed examination of Court jurisprudence in this complex and important area of law.

This major new publication will give an in-depth working guide to the application of Article 102 in practice, including the evolution in policy resulting from the important Commission Review and the economic approach to its application that is becoming the hallmark of recent Commission policy in this area. The authors represent the leading authorities in this area, with wide experience both within the European Commission and private practice.
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Market Definition


The Concept of Abuse

Predatory Conduct

Margin Squeeze

Exclusive Dealing:

- Exclusive Obligations
- Quasi-Exclusive Obligations and Rebates

Refusal to Deal

Tying and Bundling

Abusive Discrimination

Excessive Pricing

Other Abuses

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Contributors include: Matthew Bennett, Christopher Cook, Justin Coombs, Frédéric De Bure, Maurits Dolmans, Nicolas Gauss, Marcus Glader, Francesco Enrique González-Diaz, Thomas Graf, Ioanis Kokkoris, Anne Layne-Farrar, Andrew Leyden, David R. Little, Andrea Lofaro, Alison Oldale, Jorge Padilla, Ruchit Patel, Alice Setari, Robbert Snelders, Paul Stuart, Romano Subiotto QC, John Temple Lang
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