Effective and legitimate enforcement of competition law : an overview
Title: Effective and legitimate enforcement of competition law : an overview
Author: MARQUIS, Mel
Citation: Philip LOWE, Mel MARQUIS and Giorgio MONTI (eds), European competition law annual 2013 : effective and legitimate enforcement of competition law, Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2016, European competition law annual, pp. xxix - lxxiii
This chapter introduces a book with numerous contributions touching on the themes of effective enforcement and legitimate enforcement of competition law. A wide variety of subjects are discussed including, among others: the range of affected interests in competition law litigation and participatory rights, commitment procedures, behavioral and structural competition law remedies, the role of amici curiae, public restraints of competition, due process and fundamental rights (such as ne bis in idem and others), institutional management strategies adopted by competition authorities with a view to developing a 'brand', global competition enforcement including the under-performance of regional integration platforms, the gaps in international merger governance, the UK's Consumer Rights Act 2015, and the (incomplete) move toward more rigorous judicial control of infringement decisions.
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