Guide to Competition Law, 2nd edition
An informative text for readers wanting a broader understanding of competition law, or antitrust as it is often called.
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The authoritative title Guide to Competition Law, 2nd edition explores the nuances of New Zealand’s competition law, which finds legislative expression in the Commerce Act 1986. Competition law attempts to ensure that the market is not endangered by the aggregation of economic power, monopolistic practices or concerted anti-competitive conduct between market participants.
This text will be of use to readers who want a better understanding of the competition law framework, and at the same time will provide an excellent primary reference tool for practitioners and other professionals who need a more detailed in-depth treatment of the subject matter.
• Comprehensive commentary including changes made to the law since the last edition four years ago
• A highly experienced author team
• Retains numbering and paragraph style of the online loose-leaf to allow for ease of use for both formats
• Barber, Understanding the Economic Environment, 4th edition, 2015
• Tokeley, Consumer Law in New Zealand, 3rd edition, 2022
• Commercial Law in New Zealand (loose-leaf)
• Morrison’s Company and Securities Law (loose-leaf)
Table of contents
Chapter 31 Scheme, administration and reach of the commerce act 1986
Chapter 32 Fundamental concepts
Chapter 33 The general prohibition section
Chapter 34 Exclusionary provisions
Chapter 35 Price fixing
Chapter 36 Taking advantage of market power
Chapter 37 Resale price maintenance
Chapter 37a Business acquisitions
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