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  • Competition Law Journal

Competition Law Journal


Provides all competition law advisers with a reliable source of analysis on law and practice in the UK.

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The European Commission recently announced in its 2017 annual plan that it will possibly engage in a study on potential competition issues of loan syndication – available here. The Competition Law Journal published an article 'Competition law and syndicated loans: identifying the regulatory risks' by Oliver Bretz on this topic last year, read it here.

Click here to read articles on Brexit by Anneli Howard, Paul Johnson and Nicholas Queree.

Click here to read the slides presented at the 10th Junior Competition Conference.

The Competition Law Journal, available as a print or online subscription, focuses on matters of concern to both UK practitioners and companies, addressing important EU and UK developments.

Combining authoritative editorial comment and articles, it is written by leading practitioners in the field and includes analysis of essential case-law, CMA and European Commission decisions and relevant economic analysis presented in an accessible manner.

Published quarterly, Competition Law Journal is an established reference for every competition and corporate law library. It provides:
  • Short, practitioner-focused articles on UK competition law and practice and related European developments
  • An easy to find source of commentary on cases, news and developments
  • Discussion of mainstream economic thinking on recent cases, investigations and trends
To arrange your FREE trial to the online service or to find out how a print or online subscription to Competition Law Journal will benefit your day-to-day work contact our Account Management Team today.

Issue 4 2016



  • The National Audit Office’s Report on the UK Competition Regime: how well is the regime performing?
    Richard Whish
  • Return to calm seas: the Supreme Court salvages the CMA’s decision that it had jurisdiction over Eurotunnel’s purchase of SeaFrance assets
    George Peretz QC
  • Recent Competition and Markets Authority practice in the control of small mergers
    Matthew O’Regan 
  • Reforms to private actions in the Competition Appeal Tribunal – taking stock one year on
    David George
  • To seize or not to seize; the competition regulator’s dilemma
    Laura Durning

CMA Focus: OECD Contributions
  • OECD Roundtable on public interest considerations in merger control: UK submission
    Alex Chisholm and Nelson Jung

Economic Focus
  • One price for all? Differentiated pricing in online markets
    Aline Blankertz and Gareth Shier

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 Professor Valentine Korah Introductory Guide to EC Competition Law


Molly Herron, Senior Associate/Professional Support Lawyer, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
Sarah Long, Partner, Euclid Law
Matthew O'Regan, Barrister, St John's Chambers

Consultant Editors

David Bailey, Brick Court Chambers, King’s College London
Christopher Brown, Matrix Chambers London

Advisory Board

Kevin Coates, Covington & Burling
Charles Dhanowa OBE QC (Hon), Competition Appeal Tribunal
Josh Holmes, Monckton Chambers
Matthew Johnson, Oxera
Julian Miezitis, Associated British Foods plc
Ben Rayment, Monckton Chambers
Ian Rose, Volvo
Tom Usher, King & Wood Mallesons
Professor Richard Whish, King's College London
Peter Willis, Bird & Bird
The editors welcome  the submission of material for consideration for publication. Articles not  longer than 4,000 words are preferred, although longer submissions will be  considered. Material submitted should be original contributions and should not  be under consideration for publication in any other journal. Contributions can  only be accepted on the understanding that all copyright clearances have been  obtained by the author(s). The address for submissions is:

The  Editors
Competition Law Journal
Jordan Publishing
Regus Castlemead
Terrace Floor
Lower Castle Street
Bristol, BS1 3AG
Alternatively,  material may be submitted by email to editor@jordanpublishing.co.uk.

Submission format

Material should be supplied electronically by email, together with a print  out. The electronic version and the print out should be exact copies. The  document should be saved in Microsoft Word for Windows. Documents prepared on a  Macintosh should be converted for PC compatibility.

Author's details

Author's name and affiliation should appear after the submission title. Email  address for receipt of proofs, and postal address for receipt of voucher copy of  the Journal should be given separately.


Proofs will be emailed to authors for minimal, clear corrections, and for  immediate return to the publisher.

House Style

A leaflet is available, on request, from the publisher:

Competition Law Journal
Jordan Publishing
Terrace Floor
Lower Castle Street
Bristol, BS1 3AG
Email complawjournal@jordanpublishing.co.uk


Authors should be as accurate as possible when citing references of any kind,  and should provide the fullest possible details, especially when citing material  from non-UK jurisdictions.
2017 Print Subscription Information
£310.00 + p&p
ISSN 1476-9085
4 issues per year

Competition Law Journal: Brexit Special Online Edition

This special online edition of the Competition Law Journal brings together three papers presented at the 2016 Junior Competition Conference focused on Brexit.  Anneli Howard, Paul Johnson and Nicholas Queree address the complex inter-relationship between UK and EU competition law and the ramifications that Brexit will have on the competition landscape.

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