Common Market Antitrust

  • David Kent Waer


During the past four years, lawyers’ groups as well as businessmens’ groups have taken an interest in the subject of the substantive aspects of Common Market antitrust as well as European national laws.1 American lawyers2 and American professors3 as well as British4 and Continental European lawyers and professors5 have helped fulfill the prediction of Homer Angelo, former Chairman of the Section of International and Comparative Law of the American Bar Association when he wrote in early 1962 that “one can now anticipate a flood of literature” on the subject of Common Market Antitrust6. The writing and discussions have been in response to a growing demand from lawyers advising clients having business relations within the E.E.C. countries.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • David Kent Waer
    • 1
  1. 1.Harvard A. B., LLB.USA

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