With the international community on the brink of an explosion of private remedies for violation of national competition laws, this timely Handbook provides state-of-the-art analysis of the private enforcement of competition laws across the globe. Private enforcement of antitrust is becoming a significant component of competition policy laws worldwide; today, more than a hundred jurisdictions have adopted market regimes operating within a framework of competition law, providing a varied base for developing ways by which persons injured by anticompetitive conduct will (or will not) be able to obtain remedies.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
pt. I. Introduction pt. II. Experiencing private enforcement in the US pt. III. Europe pt. IV. The Americas pt. V. Asia, Africa and Australia pt. VI. The future of private enforcement.