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Now available – Issue 2/2018 of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe)!

Scope of Antitrust and Assessment of the EU Regulatory Framework

In the articles section of our new issue CoRe 2/2018 you will find a comparative analysis of the scope of antitrust law in South Korea, EU and US, a comprehensive assessment of the EU regulatory framework for access to the postal network and a critical view of the EU’s approach in assessing fixed/mobile mergers in the telecoms sector.

Also in the issue: country reports from Bulgaria, Poland and Spain, an annotation on the CJEU’s C-179/16 F. Hoffmann-La Roche case, and two insightful book reviews.

 

Take a glance at the table of contents or visit our webshop:

Editorial (Free)
by Robert Klotz

ARTICLE
On the Scope of Antitrust Law in South Korea, the EU and the US: Comparing the Interpretation of ‘Agreement’ and ‘Illegality’
by Jung Won Han, Caroline Buts and Tony Joris

REPORT
Polish Competition Authority Exercises New Powers under the Act on Combating Unfair Use of Contractual Advantage
by Aleksander Stawicki and Aleksandra Dziurkowska

CASE NOTE
Hoffmann-La Roche v AGCM: Misleading Information Fits Into the ‘Object Box’
by Lukas Šimas and Georgia Tzifa

From this issue of the journal, we started a new section – ‚Blog Highlight‘
There we feature the most read CoRe Blog post from the last quarter. Find out which is the top rated blog post from the past few months.

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Lexxion Publisher

Established in 2002, Lexxion offers professional journals, books, and events closely related to legal practice. Lexxion’s products cover topics such as Competition law, State aid law, Public Procurement, Public-Private Partnerships, EU Funds, Food Law, Chemical law and Climate Law at the European level. In 2018 we have launched the CoRe Blog as a Lexxion imprint. To find more information about Lexxion and our other products, please visit www.lexxion.eu.


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