4 edition of The Modernisation of EU Competition Law Enforcement in the European Union found in the catalog.
June 17, 2004
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Dermot Cahill (Editor), John D. Cooke (Editor), Wouster Wils (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||754|
European Commission - Peer Review of Competition Law and Policy The competition law of the European Union is now in transition toward policy based on Modernisation of the enforcement process, by eliminating notification and prior approval of exemptions while sharing enforcement responsibility with national agencies, is designed, among. Gerber, and Cassinis,, ‘ The “Modernisation” of European Community Competition Law: Achieving Consistency in Enforcement ’ – Part I, European Competition Law Review, 27 (), 10, 12 Schütze,, ‘ From Rome to Lisbon: “Executive Federalism” in the (New) European Union ’, Common Market Law Review, 47 (), , Author: Moritz Lorenz.
In the multilevel governance framework established by Regulation 1/, the enforcement of EU competition law takes place exposed to the national political, institutional and procedural context. In particular, national laws and legal and administrative practices, which bind NCAs and national courts, directly influence the application of Author: Or Brook, Katalin J. Cseres. Buy European Competition Law Annual The Modernisation of EC Antitrust Policy: Modernisation of EU Competition Law ed. by Ehlermann, Claus-Dieter, Atanasiu, Isabela (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover.
Exploring obstacles to effective compensation of victims of competition infringements, this book categorises the types of victims harmed and the types of losses arisen from these infringements to identify to what extent there is a need for enhanced private competition law enforcement in the European Union (EU) and the best way to address this need. This publication is a compilation of contributions from national competition authorities of the European Union and the Competition Directorate General of the European Commission (“the Authorities”). Information provided in this publication is for information purposes only and does not constitute professional or legal advice.
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A graduate of the College of Europe, Dermot lectures in the Faculty on European Union Law, in particular Competition Law. Co-Director of the UCD LL.M European Law Programme, he is author of Corporate Finance Law (Round Hall Sweet & Maxwell, ) and co-author of European Law (Oxford University Press, ).
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First published Printed in the United Kingdom at the University Press, Cambridge. Get this from a library. The modernisation of EU competition law enforcement in the European Union: FIDE national reports.
[Dermot Cahill; John D Cooke; Wouter P J Wils; International Federation for European Law (FIDE)] -- "EIDE (the International Federation for European Law) brings together National Associations for European Law and their members and serves as a.
The idea of the Modernisation of European Competition Law had been launched by the Commission in late in a White Paper.
The Commission proposed to decentralise the application of the EC competition rules: national authorities and judges would receive new competencies in this area.
Resolution of the European Parliament on SAM (), broadly supporting the Commission initiative and its objectives; The modernisation has three main, closely linked objectives: 1.
Foster growth in a strengthened, dynamic and competitive internal market 2. Focus enforcement on cases with the biggest impact on the internal market 3.
Gippini-Fournier, Eric, The Modernisation of European Competition Law: First Experiences with Regulation 1/ (Report to FIDE Congress ).
FIDE CONGRESSVol. 2: THE MODERNISATION OF EUROPEAN COMPETITION LAW - INITIAL EXPERIENCES WITH REGULATION 1/, Heribert Franz Koeck and Margit Maria Karollus, eds., Nomos / Cited by: 6. C.3 Decision //EU of the President of the European Commission of 13 October on the function and terms of reference of the hearing officer in certain competition proceedings (OJ L /29, ).
Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies. Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement. Competition law is known as antitrust law in the United States for historical reasons, and as "anti-monopoly law" in China and previous years it has been known as trade.
The Modernisation of EU Competition Law Enforcement in the European Union – FIDE National Reports (Cambridge University Press ) Dannecker, G. and Jansen, O. (eds.), Competition Law Sanctioning in the European Union – The EU-Law Influence on the National Law System of Sanctions in the European Area ().
The modernisation of the competition policy and law enforcement has been the result of the EU political, economic and social agenda. The European Commission is leading this process, which is the main lever the Union has to respond to the multiple challenges ahead – the globalisation of business and the evolution of the financial and economic.
Autonomy versus effectiveness: a well known conflict in EU law revisited and its impact on the question of further harmonisation in the area of enforcement of competition law --Side effects of the modernisation of EU competition law: modernisation as a challenge to the enforcement system of EU competition law and EU law in general.
The French, German and Polish governments have jointly proposed options for modernising EU competition speaking at Bruegel, Bruno le Maire, the French minister of economy and finance, qualified the joint proposal as aiming to initiate a debate between the European Commission and the member states.
Of course, the debate to recalibrate European. THE ENFORCEMENT OF EU COMPETITION LAW EU competition law refers here to the prohibition of cartels and other restrictive agreements and the prohibition of abuse of a dominant position contained in Articles and of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU),1 as well as merger control under the EU Merger Regulation.2Author: Wouter P.
Wils. The book then goes on to examine the crucial issue of the objectives of EU competition law and, finally, devotes an article to the challenging question whether there is still a role for the principle of national procedural autonomy and what effectiveness still requires now in terms of further harmonization of national : Hardcover.
The seeds of changes for competition enforcement were scattered in the s by the fall of the Soviet Union and the re-emergence of the Eastern European countries back Author: Jurgita Malinauskaite. This chapter sketches the history and functions of the EU and its institutions in order to set the EU competition rules in context.
It then discusses the competition provisions themselves and explains the way in which those rules are applied and enforced, including the ‘modernisation’ of enforcement by Regulation 1/ and how mergers are controlled.
It discusses the position. Historians of European competition law will undoubtedly consider 1 May an epoch. On this date, not only will the European Union (“EU”) experience its largest single growth when ten new countries accede to the EU,1 but also a number of major reforms of European competition law will become Size: KB.
EU Administrative Governance Edited by Herwig C.H. Hofmann and Alexander H. Türk This book is a unique contribution to the understanding of the reality of government and governance in the European Union (EU).Cited by: 1. On 4 Augustthe Loi de Modernisation de l'Economie (LME),1 Law No.was enacted.
The LME amends numerous provisions related to competition law under Book 4 of the Code de Commerce (Code of Commercial Law). The LME has two general objectives with regard to French Competition Law. Arianna Andreangeli s book can be strongly recommended. Academics and practitioners active in the field of competition law, EU law and human rights will certainly find much of interest in this book.
Volker Soyez, European Competition Law Review This.WTO modernisation Future EU proposals on rulemaking Background The European Council of June gave the Commission a mandate to pursue WTO modernisation in pursuit of the objectives of (1) making the WTO more relevant and adaptive to a changing world, and (2) strengthening the WTO's Size: KB.This 3rd edition of the Competition Law Digest provides a synthesis of EU and national leading antitrust cases from to The book is structured in two parts: Part I deals with competition rules in general (cartels, unilateral practices, mergers), whereas Part II is dedicated to specific sectors (automobile, energy, insurance, sports).Author: Nicolas Charbit, Edouard Verté.