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Koos, Stefan / Bohne, Michael

Übungen im Wettbewerbs- und Kartellrecht

[Exercises in Competition and Antitrust Law]

Series:Jura Übungen

    • Covers both German and European competition and antitrust law
    • Provides original new case studies (and not exam-based treatments of existing case law, as found in other textbooks on the subject)
    • Geared to the needs of students (similar and competing works are geared to student teachers)
    • Takes into account the increased significance of competition and cartel law in legal studies
    • Includes sample tests that are particularly adapted to the needs of students (for student teachers, there are process-related supplementary questions)

    Aims and Scope

    This volume with exercises in competition and antitrust law is a highly topical work that works through all relevant problem areas with original new cases. The pending transposition of Directive 2005/29/EC on unfair commercial practices has already been taken into account. The exercises deal with both German and European competition and antitrust law.

    20.5 x 14 cm
    Approx. xxiv, 304 pages
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Textbook
    Keywords:
    Unfair Competition
    Readership:
    Students, Law Clerks, Academic Departments, Libraries

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