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COMPETITION LAW AND REGULATION OF TECHNOLOGY MARKETS
Título:
COMPETITION LAW AND REGULATION OF TECHNOLOGY MARKETS
Subtítulo:
Autor:
COATES, K
Editorial:
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Año de edición:
2011
ISBN:
978-0-19-957521-3
Páginas:
2019
98,80 €

 

Sinopsis

The first practitioner work to give a comparative examination to EU and US competition law and regulation within the information, communication and media markets
Unique analysis of the relationship between EU/US competition law, intellectual property, telecoms regulation and data protection
Includes dedicated chapters on pricing, product design, standards and interoperability, communications networks and data protection.
Outlook sections examine possible future developments and law reform
Written by an official in the Directorate General for Competition in the European Commission with prior in-house experience at a global communications firm



Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets takes a practical,integrated approach to EU and US competition law and regulation in the technology sector - including major trans-Atlantic cases such as Microsoft, Google/Doubleclick, and Intel, and important comparative issues such as refusal to supply (Microsoft, Trinko), margin squeeze (Deutsche Telekom, Telefonica, EU Guidance Paper, Linkline), communications regulation and data protection.
The books unique perspective focuses on the information, communication and media markets that form the new economy. It provides a coherent analysis of these various markets by considering the regulatory context, and by addressing the issues, and ensuing legal problems, that are common to them. These include; high fixed costs, the importance of intellectual property and standards, the impact of interoperability, and the prevalence of network effects.
This book is indispensable for competition lawyers in private practice or in-house at technology companies, and for practitioners specialised in these sectors. The book is also suitable for advanced degree courses in communications and technology law.



Table of Contents
1: Introduction
2: Principles and Objectives of Competition Law and Regulation
3: Introduction to Competition Law
4: Competition Law and Pricing
5: Intellectual Property
6: Standardisation and Interoperability
7: Product Design and Innovation
8: Network Access and Net Neutrality
9: Data, Data Protection and Advertising