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Vol 24 No 4 April/May 2019

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Brick Court Chambers: Competition Litigation UK Practice and Procedure 2nd ed

Edited by: Mark Brealey, Nicholas Green

ISBN13: 9780199665075
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199573332
To be Published: June 2019
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00

An indispensable work for competition lawyers in the UK, this book provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of competition litigation in the UK, drawing on the wealth of combined experience of barristers at Brick Court Chambers. It covers both practice and procedure in the UK courts as well as the Competition Appeal Tribunal. All aspects of case work are covered from commencement of proceedings to remedies, quantum issues, costs, arbitration, mediation and criminal proceedings giving competition lawyers a full analysis of the litigation process.

Fully updated in its second edition, coverage is updated to reflect the coming into force of the Treaty of Rome and the Treaty of Lisbon. Updates include coverage of a range of important new case law. Discussion is given of the AkzoNobel case denying privilege for in-house counsel communications; Emerald Supplies Ltd & Anor v British Airways Plc providing further guidance on representative actions in English courts; Cooper Tire & Rubber Company Europe Ltd and Others v Dow Deutschland Inc and Others setting out the jurisdiction of English courts in damages claims; and consideration in the BCL case of time limits under section 47A claims. Other cases considered include BAA v Competiton Commission and R v George & Others. The updated work also considers the increasing move towards electronic disclosure.

Competition Law
1. Commencing Proceedings
2. Parties and Group Litigation
3. Third Party Intervention
4. Limitation and Time Periods
5. Jurisdiction
6. Applicable Law: Rome II
7. Strike Out, Rejection, and Summary Judgement
8. Interim Remedies
9. Disclosure and Access to Documents
10. Privilege
11. Effect of Previous Decisions
12. Factual Evidence
13. Expert Evidence
14. Burden and Standard of Proof
15. Hearings
16. Monetary Compensation
17. Quantification of Damage
18. Final Orders
19. Funding and Costs
20. Appeals to the Court of Appeal
21. References
22. Alternative Dispute Resolution
23. Arbitration
24. Criminal Proceedings