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Welcome to Oxford Competition Law

Oxford Competition Law (OCL) is the only fully integrated service to combine recognised market-leading commentaries with rigorous, selective National case reports and analysis from EU member states. OCL provides a suite of fully interlinked competition analysis, peer reviewed case reports and source materials - the ideal resource for assisting with case preparation.

This service includes enhanced online versions of Oxford University Press' key commentaries in EU competition law: Bellamy & Child: European Union Law of Competition, Faull & Nikpay on The EU Law of Competition, and Whish & Bailey's Competition Law.


Brexit and Competition Law: A Changing Landscape

Matthew Levitt and Dina Jubrail | 16th July 2020

Brexit presents a balance of challenge and opportunity for competition law practice and enforcement. The role of competition law will inevitably play a key part in the ongoing trade negotiations between the EU and the UK.

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BritNed v ABB - The rise and fall of cost-based cartel damages

Cento Veljanovski | 19th June 2020

BritNed v ABB [2018] EWHC 2616 (Ch) is the first and only decided cartel damages case in England. Briefly, BritNed was a follow-on action based on the European Commission’s Power Cables (Case AT.39610) decision that found that ABB was a member of a bid rigging cartel.

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Site News

July 16, 2020

New Homepage Article

'Brexit and Competition Law: A Changing Landscape' by Matthew Levitt and Dina Jubrail.

July 3, 2020

Competition Law in Developing Countries

Competition Law in Developing Countries now available.

June 23, 2020

New Homepage Article

'BritNed v ABB - The rise and fall of cost-based cartel damages' by Cento Velanovski, author of Cartel Damages.

June 19, 2020

Cartel Damages: Principles, Measurement, and Economics

Cartel Damages: Principles, Measurement, and Economics now available.