Competition Law of South Africa was originally launched in 2000 as a collection of relevant legislation and related material.
Now under the authorship of Sutherland and Kemp, Competition Law of South Africa also includes complete commentary and is an invaluable asset to practitioners.
This well-considered balance of practical information and theoretical analysis has become a desktop companion for practitioners.
Competition Law of South Africa is a thorough analysis of anti-trust law in South Africa, including historical and comparative competition law; purpose, interpretation and jurisdiction; restrictive, horizontal and vertical practices; abuse of dominance; mergers; procedural aspects of competition law (including investigations by the Competition Commission); and consequences of non-compliance.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Historical and comparative competition law
Chapter 3 - The development of competition law in South Africa
Chapter 4 - Purpose, interpretation and jurisdiction
Chapter 5 - Restrictive horizontal practices
Chapter 6 - Restrictive vertical practices
Chapter 7 - Abuse of dominance
Chapter 8 - Mergers: Introduction and definition
Chapter 9 - Mergers: Notification and procedure
Chapter 10 - Mergers: Substantive issues
Chapter 11 - Institutions and procedural aspects in competition law
Chapter 12 - Consequences of non-compliance
South African Legislation [e.g. Competition Act, No. 89 of 1998 and Rules, Corporate Leniency Policy etc.]
Foreign Documents [e.g. Treaty of Rome, UK Guidelines etc.]