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The elusive test for unfair excessive pricing under EU law: revisiting United Brands in the light of Competition and Markets Authority v Flynn Pharma Ltd (2020)
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Stirling, G. (in press). The elusive test for unfair excessive pricing under EU law: revisiting United Brands in the light of Competition and Markets Authority v Flynn Pharma Ltd. European Competition Journal, https://doi.org/10.1080/17441056.2020.1771007

The European Commission has historically proved relatively reluctant to intervene in the areaof excessive pricing. This is probably partly because the test outlined in United Brands v Commission remainsunclearin variousrespects.In a recent d... Read More about The elusive test for unfair excessive pricing under EU law: revisiting United Brands in the light of Competition and Markets Authority v Flynn Pharma Ltd.

Research-based clinical legal education: a contradiction in terms or a win-win? Lessons from a UK pilot study. (2019)
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Whitehouse, L. (in press). Research-based clinical legal education: a contradiction in terms or a win-win? Lessons from a UK pilot study. International journal of clinical legal education, 27(1), 137-170. https://doi.org/10.19164/ijcle.v27i1.853

This article provides an account of a project (funded by the Ferens Education Trust) which is designed to enhance clinical legal education (CLE) provision within my own institution, develop networks with local stakeholders, promote civic engagement,... Read More about Research-based clinical legal education: a contradiction in terms or a win-win? Lessons from a UK pilot study..

Proprietary relief in Boardman v Phipps (2014)
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Hicks, A. (2014). Proprietary relief in Boardman v Phipps. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 65(1), 1-21

The extent to which acquisitive breaches of fiduciary obligation trigger a constructive trust remains one of the most difficult and controversial issues in equity and the law of restitution.

Regulating media markets in the public interest: principles beyond competition (2009)
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Feintuck, M. (2009). Regulating media markets in the public interest: principles beyond competition. Journal of Media Business Studies, 6(3), 63-77. https://doi.org/10.1080/16522354.2009.11073489

The difficulties of regulating the giant corporations whichoperate within the broadcast and print media are well-charted. Whetheron a local, national or international scale, establishing or maintaininganything beyond a meager oligopolistic version of... Read More about Regulating media markets in the public interest: principles beyond competition.


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