Compatibility Of Transactional Resolutions Of Antitrust Proceedings With Due Process And Fundamental Rights by Bruce KilpatrickCompatibility Of Transactional Resolutions Of Antitrust Proceedings With Due Process And Fundamental Rights by Bruce Kilpatrick

Compatibility Of Transactional Resolutions Of Antitrust Proceedings With Due Process And…

byBruce KilpatrickEditorPierre Kobel, Pranvera Këllezi

Hardcover | June 23, 2016

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This bookprovides an unparalleled comparative analysis of two "hot topics" inthe field of antitrust and unfair competition laws with regard to a number ofkey countries.

The first partof the book examines the consistency and compatibility of transactionalresolutions of antitrust proceedings (such as settlement procedures, leniencyprogrammes and commitments) with due process and the fundamental rights of theparties. This is a particularly important topic, given the widespread adoptionof these procedures by anti-trust authorities worldwide. The individual chaptersconsider how the leniency, settlement and commitments procedures have developedacross a range of jurisdictions, and discuss the extent to which checks andbalances have been applied in those national procedures in order to safeguardthe fundamental rights of the parties involved. A detailed international reportidentifies general trends and highlights the differences between and most interestingfeatures of national regulations.

The second partof the book gathers contributions from various jurisdictions on the unfaircompetition-related question of the online exhaustion of IP rights. As commerceis increasingly moving online, the respective chapters consider the extent towhich exhaustion and similar concepts have adapted to these rapid changes. Thecomprehensive and insightful international report brings together thesereflections by comparing various national positions.

The book alsoincludes the resolutions passed by the General Assembly of the LIDC following adebate on each of these topics, which include proposed solutions andrecommendations.  The internationalLeague of Competition Law (LIDC) is a long-standing international associationthat focuses on the interface between competition law and intellectual propertylaw, including unfair competition issues.

Title:Compatibility Of Transactional Resolutions Of Antitrust Proceedings With Due Process And…Format:HardcoverDimensions:679 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.03 inPublished:June 23, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319271571

ISBN - 13:9783319271576

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Part I - Due Process in Antitrust Transactional Mechanisms:Pranvera Këllezi,InternationalReport.- Barbora Jedlicková, Julie Clarke and Sitesh Bhojani, Australia.-GerhardFussenegger, Austria.- Jenna Auwerx, Belgium.- JoséCarlos da Matta Berardo, Bruno B. Becker, Brazil.- Jirí Kindl andMichal Petr, Czech Republic.- David Bosco, France.- EckartBueren, Germany.- Anikó Keller, Hungary.-AlbertoCamusso, Italy.- AleksanderStawicki, Bartosz Turno, Tomasz Feliszewski, Krzysztof Kanton and KatarzynaKarasiewicz, Poland.- Darija Ognjenovic, Serbia.- Julia Suderow and Amaya Angulo Garzaro, Spain.- Helene Andersson, Sweden.- DanielEmch, David Neuenschwander and Alisa Burkhard, Switzerland.- Marc Israel, United Kingdom.- Emilio E. Varanini, United States of America.- PartII - Online Exhaustion of IP Rights: VincenzoFranceschelli, International Report.- Max W. Mosing, Austria.- Jan Clinck andBenjamin Docquir, Belgium.- Paulo Parente Marques Mendes, Brazil.- Teodora Tsenova, Bulgaria.- Karin Pomaizlova, Czech Republic.- Mary-Claude Mitchell, Jean-Louis Fourgoux,Rachel Nakache and Tiphaine Delannoy, France.- Thomas Hoeren, Germany.- ZsófiaLendvai, Hungary.- FrancescaLa Rocca,Italy.- Adrien Alberini, Switzerland.- Bill Batchelorand Luca Montani, United Kingdom.