State Intervention and Eu Competition Law

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 8/7/2020
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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The understanding of Article 106 is vital to any competition lawyer working in Europe. Writing with first-hand experience, having formerly worked at the Directorate General, Buendia Sierra provides a detailed examination of this article and the law concerning exclusive rights and State monopolies.

The second edition of State Intervention and EU Competition Law (titled Exclusive Rights and State Monopolies under EC Law in its first edition) is expanded in scope to study the interface between Article 106 TFEU and State aid, the rules on public concessions, and public ownership and nationalization. New material is also included on public procurement and merger control, and there is increased coverage of specialized sectors such as telecommunications, TV, energy, transport, and postal services.

Author Biography

Jose Luis Buendia Sierra, Partner, Garrigues and Visiting Professor, King's College London.

Jose Luis Buendia is Partner at Garrigues heading the Brussels office. He worked previously at the European Commission (Legal Service, DG Competition, DG Internal Market and Cabinet of Commissioner Oreja) advising and litigating for the Institution in areas such as State aid and Antitrust. He is currently visiting professor at King's College London and at Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

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