The Competition Appeal Tribunal Handbook approaches the subject of competition law from a new angle by focusing on the litigation process by which competition disputes are litigated and by addressing pure competition law issues as they arise at the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT).
The Competition Appeal Tribunal Handbook covers:
Litigation Problems arising in the CAT;
Issues relating to the jurisdiction of the CAT;
Issues relating to the jurisdiction of the regulators appearing before the CAT (predominantly – but not exclusively – OFT and OFCOM);
Substantive areas of competition law.
Each of these subject-areas forms individual sections of the book and each section is divided alphabetically into the various problem areas. The book identifies, summarises and analyses all the relevant cases by reference to each problem area. It also includes cross-referencing so that the busy practitioner can see quickly which cases refer to which problem areas.
Also includes appendices containing the CAT Rules which give practical guidance for parties and their legal representatives as to the procedures of the CAT in relation to all cases which it is competent to entertain and extracts from the most important statutory provisions.