13 December 2007
Sweet & Maxwell has published a major legal work The Competition Cases from the European Union . The Finnish Chapter is written by Marjo Ojala of LMR . The book is a remarkable new achievement.
Please see below the comments given by some of the most prominent competition law enforcers and scholars in the EU.
“The strength of this book lies in it allowing readers to compare the different laws and decisions, both antitrust and merger, seeing the common ground and understanding the differences. By assembling texts and expert commentary from each national jurisdiction, this work provides businesses and their advisers with a comprehensive view of European and national competition laws as they are developing across the European Union.”
Philip Lowe, Director General for Competition, European Commission
"This book provides an extremely useful and well-timed picture of the enforcement of European and national competition laws, revealing the gradual emergence of a coherent competition culture at the level both of the European Union and the Member States."
Richard Whish, Professor of Law at King’s College London
"Over the past decade, the activities of Member State's authorities and courts charged with the application of competition law have grown immensely. Regulation 1/2003 injected an increased importance into the direction and consistency of their work. This book collects together highlights of this substantial range of output. It should be a useful reference work for agencies and private practitioners alike."
John Fingleton, Chief Executive of the Office of Fair Trading, UK
The Finnish Chapter is written by Marjo Ojala. It covers the most important competition case law and legislation in Finland. It analyses the competition case law relevant to the equivalents of Articles 81 and 82 of the EC Treaty, and the competition case law relevant to mergers.
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