This book, published by Oxford University Press in March 2007, provides readers with a comprehensive reference to the procedures for the enforcement of competition law in the UK following the implementation of the EC modernisation regulation which came into effect on 1 May 2004. It deals with topics such as leniency, enforcement, information gathering and disclosure and it contains information on all competition authorities relevant to UK businesses, with particular emphasis on the Office of Fair Trading as the primary enforcer in the UK
The book has been written by an experienced team of former OFT officials with excellent knowledge of UK and European procedural changes and co-edited by one of our members Anneli Howard, who specialises in competition law. We doubt that a more hands on, practical and insiders’ view is currently available.
Barrister Aidan Robertson, who specialises in Competition law, reviewed the book for the October 2007 issue of the European Competition Law Review.
“UK Competition Procedure – The Modernised Regime” is available in all good legal bookshops. For more information on the book and how to order it directly, please click here.
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