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Accommodating minority shareholdings within the European Union Merger Control regime: advocating a more cooperative way forward (2017)
Journal Article
Davison, L. M. (2017). Accommodating minority shareholdings within the European Union Merger Control regime: advocating a more cooperative way forward. Liverpool Law Review, 38(3), 259-286 . https://doi.org/10.1007/s10991-017-9201-y

The paper focuses upon a neglected area of EU merger control, the acquisition of minority shareholdings that have the potential to cause competitive harm at the European Union level, and which therefore should be vetted under EU law. Using economic t... Read More about Accommodating minority shareholdings within the European Union Merger Control regime: advocating a more cooperative way forward.

Private damages actions under EU competition policy : an exploration of the ongoing sea change in respect of such actions concerning articles 101 and 102 TFEU infringements (2016)
Journal Article
Davison, L. (2016). Private damages actions under EU competition policy : an exploration of the ongoing sea change in respect of such actions concerning articles 101 and 102 TFEU infringements. Liverpool Law Review, 37(1-2), 81-104 . https://doi.org/10.1007/s10991-016-9183-1

The EU has an established history of public enforcement concerning antitrust infringements under what are now Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty of the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). Yet, until recently, this has not been true in respect o... Read More about Private damages actions under EU competition policy : an exploration of the ongoing sea change in respect of such actions concerning articles 101 and 102 TFEU infringements.

EC competition policy: is the role of the substantial part of the common market in determining jurisdictional subsidiarity redundant? (2010)
Journal Article
Davison, L. M., & Johnson, D. (2010). EC competition policy: is the role of the substantial part of the common market in determining jurisdictional subsidiarity redundant?. Liverpool Law Review, 31(3), 273-288. doi:10.1007/s10991-010-9081-x

The importance of the principle of subsidiarity lies in its role in drawing the demarcation line between EU and member state responsibility for policy formulation and implementation. In theory, the application of the principle of subsidiarity appears... Read More about EC competition policy: is the role of the substantial part of the common market in determining jurisdictional subsidiarity redundant?.


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