Adv. Cornwell Dauds
Cornwell obtained the law degrees BA LLB as well as the BCom(Honours) degree and Postgraduate Advanced Taxation Certificate in South Africa. He pursued postgraduate studies abroad and graduated from Harvard Law School in the USA with the ITP (International Tax Program), a tax qualification, as well as the LLM degree. Cornwell also underwent intensive professional training in the art and skills of trial advocacy in the USA. He later provided trial advocacy training to candidate attorneys at the School for Practical Legal Training at the University of Cape Town.
Cornwell pursued further postgraduate studies at the London School of Economics in the UK where he graduated with the MSc degree in law and accounting. In addition, he obtained the Postgraduate Diploma in Finance from Leicester University in the UK.
Cornwell is also a member of the South African Institute of Professional Accountants and holds the designation Professional Tax Specialist (SA). He has acted as a judge of the High Court.
Cornwell is also a member of Addington Chambers in London, a set made up of a group of barristers specialising in taxation and revenue law, and related areas of work such as commercial, financial services and international work. For more details visit www.addingtonchambers.com
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Substantive Issues – 1st Edition
Cornwell I. Dauds
This book deals with competition law and related microeconomic concepts. The following topics are covered: competition law and the influence of economics, competition regulation, elasticities and cross-elasticities of demand and their relevance in competition regulation, economic standards in competition analysis, market structure, market definition, the relevance of market definition, market concentration, market power, horizontal price fixing, vertical price fixing, exclusionary conduct, predatory pricing, excessive pricing, tie-ins (bundlings), the essential facilities doctrine, price discrimination, horizontal mergers, vertical mergers. The manuscript was reviewed by the Competition Commissioner, the Competition Commission’s Chief Legal Counsel as well as Chief Economist. The Commissioner wrote the Foreword to the book.
“This book is both a handy and scholarly work.”
– Supreme Court of Appeal Judge Nigel Willis
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