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The Resource EU and US antitrust arbitration : a handbook for practitioners, edited by Gordon Blanke, Philip Landolt

EU and US antitrust arbitration : a handbook for practitioners, edited by Gordon Blanke, Philip Landolt

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EU and US antitrust arbitration : a handbook for practitioners
Title
EU and US antitrust arbitration
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a handbook for practitioners
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edited by Gordon Blanke, Philip Landolt
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European Union and United States antitrust arbitration
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eng
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"EU and US Antitrust Arbitration is the first book that deals with how both of the world's leading antitrust systems, US and EU law, are treated in international arbitration. In forty-nine chapters written by renowned experts, this book provides an in-depth examination of all relevant topics, from drafting arbitration clauses, to arbitrability, provisional measures, the applicability of antitrust law in arbitrations, dealing with economic evidence and experts in relation to antitrust law, to relations with courts and regulators, remedies, and recognition and enforcement of arbitration awards dealing with antitrust issues. Both antitrust and merger control are covered. The perspectives of the arbitrator and the in-house "user" of arbitration are included. Two chapters outline and explain US antitrust law and EU antitrust law with special reference to matters particularly likely to arise in arbitration. One chapter is devoted to ICC antitrust arbitrations and another to the emerging area of EU State aids in arbitration. There are industry-specific chapters, such as on telecommunications and pharmaceuticals, and much else. In this substantial book, practitioners will find helpful and easy-to-understand guidance to their questions on antitrust arbitrations."--Publisher's website
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KluwerArbitration
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index present
LC call number
K3850
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.E9 2011 ONLINE
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Blanke, Gordon
  • Landolt, Phillip Louis
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  • Antitrust law
  • Antitrust law
  • Arbitration and award
  • Arbitration and award
  • Antitrust law
  • Arbitration and award
  • Europe
  • United States
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EU and US antitrust arbitration : a handbook for practitioners, edited by Gordon Blanke, Philip Landolt
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Publication
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 2093-2137) and index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Burden and Standard of Proof in Competition Law Matters Arising in International Arbitration
  • by Charles Adams and Eric Stock
  • Possible Rules to Enhance the Effectiveness of Arbitration of US Antitrust Claims
  • by Don Baker
  • Essentials of EU Merger Control for Arbitration Practitioners
  • by John Cook
  • International Arbitration and ADR in Conditional EU Merger Clearance Decisions
  • by Gordon Blanke
  • Arbitration in Merger Control Remedies : Lessons from the Canadian Experience
  • by J. William Rowley, A. Neil Campbell, and Jonathan Hood
  • Arbitration in US Antitrust Enforcement
  • by Phillip Landolt and Barbara Reeves Neal
  • by Daniel H. Margolis and Kenneth M. Vorrasi
  • Antitrust Arbitration under the ICC Rules
  • by Gordon Blanke
  • Table on Commission's Experience of Arbitration in Exemption Decisions Under Article 81(3) EC (Article 101(3) TFEU)
  • Table on Conditional EU Merger Clearance Decisions Incorporating Arbitration Commitments Over the Period 1992-2009
  • Table on ICC Arbitration Awards Involving Antitrust Issues Over the Period 1964-2010
  • EU Competition Law Arguments in International Arbitration : Practical Steps and Strategic Considerations
  • by Rolf Trittmann and Boris Kasolowsky
  • The
  • Use of Economic Evidence in Competition Law Arbitrations
  • by Mike Walker
  • Effective Use of Economic Experts in International Arbitration : Counsel's Role and Perspective
  • by R. Wisner, J.W. Rowley, and A.N. Campbell
  • The
  • Arbitrability of Antitrust Law from the European and US Perspectives
  • Role of the Expert Witness in Antitrust Arbitrations
  • by Gordon Blanke and Thomas Eilmansberger
  • The
  • Supranational Dimension of Arbitrating Competition Law Issues within the EU
  • by Gordon Blanke
  • The
  • Essentials of EU Competition Law for Arbitration Practitioners
  • by John Davies and Constantine Partasides
  • Arbitration and EU Competition Law in the Post-Modernization Era
  • by Assimakis P. Komninos
  • by Alexis Mourre
  • The
  • Basis for Applying EU Competition Law from a Continental Perspective
  • by Yves Derains -
  • The
  • Basis for Applying Competition Law from an English Law Perspective
  • by Julian D.M. Lew
  • The
  • Application of EU Competition Law in International Arbitration in Switzerland
  • by Phillip Landolt
  • The
  • Arbitration Clauses and Competition Law
  • Ex Officio Application of European Competition Law by Arbitrators
  • by Diederik de Groot
  • Remedies in Arbitration for EU Competition Law Violations
  • by Phillip Landolt
  • Provisional Measures in Competition Law Matters before Arbitrators
  • by Matti S. Kurkela
  • Provisional Measures Concerning Competition Law in International Arbitration
  • by Phillip Landolt and Barbara Reeves Neal
  • Authority and Influence in Arbitrations of Previous Decisions on EU Competition Law
  • by Renato Nazzini
  • by Phillip Landolt
  • Assistance by the European Commission and Member States Authorities in Arbitrations
  • by Assimakis P. Komninos
  • Court Review of Competition Law Awards in Setting Aside and Enforcements Proceedings
  • by Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo
  • EU Member State Court Application of Eco Swiss : Review of the Case Law and Future Prospects
  • by Christoph Liebscher
  • EU Member State Court Experience in Applying EU Competition Law under Modernization
  • by Christopher J. Cook
  • Parallel Proceedings before the Tribunal and the Courts/Competition Authorities
  • by Renato Nazzini
  • Arbitrating Competition Law Issues : The Arbitrator's Perspective
  • Arbitrating EU Competition Law in the Communications Sector in Europe
  • by Emanuela Lecchi
  • Arbitrating Competition Law Matters in Pharmaceutical Markets
  • by Ian Forrester and Katarzyna Czapracka
  • Arbitrating EU State Aid Issues
  • by Leigh Hancher
  • Arbitrating Competition-Law-Related Issues under Articles 3(1)(b) TFEU, 4(3) TEU, and 106 TFEU
  • by Piet Jan Slot
  • International Arbitration and ADR in Remedy Scenarios Arising under Articles 101 and 102 TFEU
  • by Gordon Blanke
  • by V.V. Veeder and Paul Stanley
  • Arbitration and Criminal Liability for Competition Law Violations in Europe
  • by Pierre Heitzmann
  • The
  • Essentials of US Antitrust Law for Arbitration Practitioners
  • by Andrew L. Foster and Peter E. Greene
  • The
  • Basis for Applying Antitrust Law from a US Perspective
  • by Mark R. Joelson
  • The
  • Arbitration of Antitrust Class Actions under United States Law
  • Arbitrating Competition Law : The User's Perspective
  • by James R. Atwood and Kelly P. Finley
  • The
  • Ex Officio Application of US Antitrust Law by Arbitrators
  • by Mark R. Joelson
  • Remedies in Arbitration for US Antitrust Violations
  • by Michael D. Blechman and Karin E. Garvey
  • Interim Measures in Antitrust Matters before Arbitrators
  • by Casey Dwyer and Peter E. Greene
  • The
  • Effect of a Government Judgment on Subsequent Private Antitrust Actions
  • by Jean-Claude Najar
  • by William Kolasky and Elizabeth de Luca
  • US Enforcement Issues and US Antitrust Law
  • by Richard Levin and C. Jeffrey Price
  • Parallel Proceedings before the Arbitral Tribunal and the Courts
  • by Don Baker
  • Arbitrating US Antitrust Law in Pharmaceuticals Markets
  • by John M. Townsend and Robert P. Reznick
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution and Federal Trade Commission Antitrust Enforcement
  • by William Blumenthal and James D. Hurwitz
  • Arbitration and Criminal Liability for US Antitrust Law Violations
Control code
731891484
Extent
1 online resource (2 volumes (cxvi, 2252 pages))
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789041174055
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)731891484
Label
EU and US antitrust arbitration : a handbook for practitioners, edited by Gordon Blanke, Philip Landolt
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 2093-2137) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Burden and Standard of Proof in Competition Law Matters Arising in International Arbitration
  • by Charles Adams and Eric Stock
  • Possible Rules to Enhance the Effectiveness of Arbitration of US Antitrust Claims
  • by Don Baker
  • Essentials of EU Merger Control for Arbitration Practitioners
  • by John Cook
  • International Arbitration and ADR in Conditional EU Merger Clearance Decisions
  • by Gordon Blanke
  • Arbitration in Merger Control Remedies : Lessons from the Canadian Experience
  • by J. William Rowley, A. Neil Campbell, and Jonathan Hood
  • Arbitration in US Antitrust Enforcement
  • by Phillip Landolt and Barbara Reeves Neal
  • by Daniel H. Margolis and Kenneth M. Vorrasi
  • Antitrust Arbitration under the ICC Rules
  • by Gordon Blanke
  • Table on Commission's Experience of Arbitration in Exemption Decisions Under Article 81(3) EC (Article 101(3) TFEU)
  • Table on Conditional EU Merger Clearance Decisions Incorporating Arbitration Commitments Over the Period 1992-2009
  • Table on ICC Arbitration Awards Involving Antitrust Issues Over the Period 1964-2010
  • EU Competition Law Arguments in International Arbitration : Practical Steps and Strategic Considerations
  • by Rolf Trittmann and Boris Kasolowsky
  • The
  • Use of Economic Evidence in Competition Law Arbitrations
  • by Mike Walker
  • Effective Use of Economic Experts in International Arbitration : Counsel's Role and Perspective
  • by R. Wisner, J.W. Rowley, and A.N. Campbell
  • The
  • Arbitrability of Antitrust Law from the European and US Perspectives
  • Role of the Expert Witness in Antitrust Arbitrations
  • by Gordon Blanke and Thomas Eilmansberger
  • The
  • Supranational Dimension of Arbitrating Competition Law Issues within the EU
  • by Gordon Blanke
  • The
  • Essentials of EU Competition Law for Arbitration Practitioners
  • by John Davies and Constantine Partasides
  • Arbitration and EU Competition Law in the Post-Modernization Era
  • by Assimakis P. Komninos
  • by Alexis Mourre
  • The
  • Basis for Applying EU Competition Law from a Continental Perspective
  • by Yves Derains -
  • The
  • Basis for Applying Competition Law from an English Law Perspective
  • by Julian D.M. Lew
  • The
  • Application of EU Competition Law in International Arbitration in Switzerland
  • by Phillip Landolt
  • The
  • Arbitration Clauses and Competition Law
  • Ex Officio Application of European Competition Law by Arbitrators
  • by Diederik de Groot
  • Remedies in Arbitration for EU Competition Law Violations
  • by Phillip Landolt
  • Provisional Measures in Competition Law Matters before Arbitrators
  • by Matti S. Kurkela
  • Provisional Measures Concerning Competition Law in International Arbitration
  • by Phillip Landolt and Barbara Reeves Neal
  • Authority and Influence in Arbitrations of Previous Decisions on EU Competition Law
  • by Renato Nazzini
  • by Phillip Landolt
  • Assistance by the European Commission and Member States Authorities in Arbitrations
  • by Assimakis P. Komninos
  • Court Review of Competition Law Awards in Setting Aside and Enforcements Proceedings
  • by Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo
  • EU Member State Court Application of Eco Swiss : Review of the Case Law and Future Prospects
  • by Christoph Liebscher
  • EU Member State Court Experience in Applying EU Competition Law under Modernization
  • by Christopher J. Cook
  • Parallel Proceedings before the Tribunal and the Courts/Competition Authorities
  • by Renato Nazzini
  • Arbitrating Competition Law Issues : The Arbitrator's Perspective
  • Arbitrating EU Competition Law in the Communications Sector in Europe
  • by Emanuela Lecchi
  • Arbitrating Competition Law Matters in Pharmaceutical Markets
  • by Ian Forrester and Katarzyna Czapracka
  • Arbitrating EU State Aid Issues
  • by Leigh Hancher
  • Arbitrating Competition-Law-Related Issues under Articles 3(1)(b) TFEU, 4(3) TEU, and 106 TFEU
  • by Piet Jan Slot
  • International Arbitration and ADR in Remedy Scenarios Arising under Articles 101 and 102 TFEU
  • by Gordon Blanke
  • by V.V. Veeder and Paul Stanley
  • Arbitration and Criminal Liability for Competition Law Violations in Europe
  • by Pierre Heitzmann
  • The
  • Essentials of US Antitrust Law for Arbitration Practitioners
  • by Andrew L. Foster and Peter E. Greene
  • The
  • Basis for Applying Antitrust Law from a US Perspective
  • by Mark R. Joelson
  • The
  • Arbitration of Antitrust Class Actions under United States Law
  • Arbitrating Competition Law : The User's Perspective
  • by James R. Atwood and Kelly P. Finley
  • The
  • Ex Officio Application of US Antitrust Law by Arbitrators
  • by Mark R. Joelson
  • Remedies in Arbitration for US Antitrust Violations
  • by Michael D. Blechman and Karin E. Garvey
  • Interim Measures in Antitrust Matters before Arbitrators
  • by Casey Dwyer and Peter E. Greene
  • The
  • Effect of a Government Judgment on Subsequent Private Antitrust Actions
  • by Jean-Claude Najar
  • by William Kolasky and Elizabeth de Luca
  • US Enforcement Issues and US Antitrust Law
  • by Richard Levin and C. Jeffrey Price
  • Parallel Proceedings before the Arbitral Tribunal and the Courts
  • by Don Baker
  • Arbitrating US Antitrust Law in Pharmaceuticals Markets
  • by John M. Townsend and Robert P. Reznick
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution and Federal Trade Commission Antitrust Enforcement
  • by William Blumenthal and James D. Hurwitz
  • Arbitration and Criminal Liability for US Antitrust Law Violations
Control code
731891484
Extent
1 online resource (2 volumes (cxvi, 2252 pages))
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789041174055
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)731891484

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