Yearbook of European Law - Vol. 10

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Index
abortion:
human rights cases 318-19
abuse of dominant position:
creation of dominant position as 92
exemptions under Article 85, availability of 452-5
location of concentration 75
multi-national undertaking, by 78-80
parallel jurisdiction 106
potential for, appraisal of 90
prevention of 95
Soda Ash case 463
Administrative Tribunal for Officials:
first suggestion of 4
members of 5
proposal for 5
AIDS:
inter-governmental response 353
medicine, co-operation in developing 428
prejudice and discrimination, leading to 317
air transport:
block exemptions 437
competition 401, 437-8
mergers and acquisitions, intervention in 438
overbooking, compensation for 400
anti-competitive practices:
effects, location of 75-6
multi-national concentrations, by 78-80
operation, effect of 76-7
anti-dumping:
Court of First Instance, excluded from jurisdiction of 29-32
political and financial importance of 31
anti-trust legislation:
concentration, definition of 81
national, relationship to Merger Regulation 95-9
Article 30:
damages for breach of 257-60
direct effect of 250
free movement of goods, see free movement of goods
industrial and commercial property, exception for 478
public procurement, relevance to 246
Article 85:
AIDS medicine, co-operation in developing 428
ancillary restraints 410
co-operation agreements 419-28 analysis of 410
cross-border trade, barriers to 414-19
damages for breach of 255-6
direct effect 100-1
distribution and agency agreements 414-19
exemptions, availability of 452-5
flexibility in interpreting 409-10
formal decisions 411
horizontal agreements, rules on 419-28
initial phase of operation, co-operation in 425
joint venture 419-28
licence provisions caught by 409
licensing and marketing arrangements 428-30
Merger Regulation, relationship with 99-101
mergers, control of 439
national courts, application by 100
repackaging, ban on 414-19
Article 86:
car parts, restrictions on sale of 433
Coca Cola distribution methods 434
damages for breach of 255-6
decisions on 431-6
English clauses 462
export cartel 436
fidelity rebates, breached by 435
licensing 432-6
Merger Regulation, relationship with 99-101
national courts, application by 100
postal market 431-2
quantity rebates 462-5
Soda Ash case 407, 434-5, 456-67
weapon of last resort, as 412-13
asylum seekers, see refugees
Australia:
Constitution:
purpose of 219
Section 92, see free movement of goods
trading provisions 219-20
free movement of goods, see free movement of goods
banking:
supervision, proposals for 394
bankruptcy:
definition of 494
European Convention on International Aspects of Bankruptcy:
application of 494
creditors:
information and claim 508-9
partial payment of 503
definition 494
final provisions 509-12
indirect international competence 503

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