Brexit and Competition Law
This book provides the first comprehensive analysis of the immediate and likely longer-term consequences of Brexit for the UK’s competition law regime and includes the competition and subsidy control provisions of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. It has been written to be of value to scholars and practitioners of competition law, whilst also providing a useful guide to readers with only limited understanding of competition rules. The book provides a detailed critical discussion of how Brexit impacts on five key aspects of competition policy in the UK: legislation, institutions and cooperation; antitrust rules that prohibit anti-competitive agreements and the abuse of a dominant position; private enforcement, in particular actions for damages; regulation of mergers and acquisitions; and State aid or subsidy control rules.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Legislation, Institutions and Cooperation
Chapter 2 – Anti-competitive Agreements and Abuse of Dominance
Chapter 3 – Private Enforcement
Chapter 4 – Merger Regulation
Chapter 5 – State Aid Law
Barry Rodger is Professor of Law at the University of Strathclyde, UK. He is the Chair and Co-Organiser of the Competition Law Scholars’ Forum and Co-Editor of the Competition Law Review.
Andreas Stephan is Professor of Competition Law and Head of the Law School at the University of East Anglia UK.