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The editors of the Journal of European Competition Law and Practice choose one article from each new issue to be made freely available to read. Here you can find the list of the articles that have been made free to read so far. Make sure to check back regularly to read the latest articles.

Recent editorials - Free to read


6.5 Collective Redress: Will Portugal Show the Way?
by Miguel Sousa Ferro

6.4 Keep Calm—Yes; Carry on—No! A Response to Whish on Intel
by Brian Sher

6.3 Injunctions on Standard Essential Patents: in Search of a ‘Clear Bright Line’
by Paul Nihoul

6.2 Independence and Accountability
by Adam Jasser

6.1 Intel v Commission: Keep Calm and Carry on!
by Richard Whish

5.10 Exercising Choice
by Philip Marsden

5.9 Motorola and Samsung: An Effective Use of Article 7 and Article 9 of Regulation 1/2003
by Richard Whish

5.8 The Ruling of the General Court in Intel: Towards the End of an Effect-based Approach in European Competition Law?
by Paul Nihoul, JECLAP General Editor

5.7 Big Pharma's Anticompetitive Practices Delaying Generic Entry: Has the Tide Turned?
by Paul Csiszár

5.6 More Than a Cookie Cutter: the Global Influence of European Competition Law
by Marcus Pollard

5.5 Agriculture, Food and Competition Law: Moving the Borders
by Philippe Chauve, Antonia Parera and An Renckens

5.4 The Application of EU Competition Rules in the Transport Sector
by Itai Rabinovici

5.3 The Proposed Damages Legislation: Don't Believe the Critics
by Robert H. Lande

5.2 A New Era for Litigators: Change in the Admissibility of Applications Against Regulations Adopted in the Field of Competition
by Paul Nihoul

5.1 From 6 to 10
by Thomas Lübbig, Gianni De Stefano, and Marcus Pollard

Volume 1, Issue 1 - Free to read


1.1 India's New Competition Regime: The Elephant Who Became a Tiger
by Mark Sansom and Priya Christian

1.1 June–September 2009
by Jean-Francois Bellis

1.1 Article 82 EC: What Future for the Effects-Based Approach?
by Giorgio Monti

1.1 Federal Antitrust Enforcement Priorities Under the Obama Administration
by Ronan P. Harty

‘1.1 Schneider’ and the Non-contractual Liability of the European Community in the Field of Merger
by Dirk Arts

1.1 Tighter State Aid Rules for Public TV Channels
by Ulrich Soltész

1.1 Recent Developments in EC Merger Control
by Götz Drauz, Thomas Chellingsworth, and Hertta Hyrkas

1.1 T-Mobile: Further confusion on information exchanges between competitors: Case C-8/08 T-Mobile Netherlands and others [2009] ECR 0000
by Bernd Meyring

1.1 The Application of EC Competition Law in the Energy Sector
by Ulrich Scholz and Stephan Purps

1.1 State Aid to Banks in the Financial Crisis: The Past and the Future
by Emily Adler, James Kavanagh, and Alexander Ugryumov

1.1 A mission to inform, navigate, and inspire
by Paul Nihoul and Thomas Lübbig

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