EU and Competition Law
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 13th 11.15 - 12.45 Room G25

1A  Mario Mendez (Queen Mary, London)
       "Judicial Review of EU Agreements: Constitutionalism versus pacta sunt servanda"
1B  Veronika Fikfak,(Homerton College,Cambridge)
       "Does the integration of European Legal Order promise the disintegration of the International? EU Courts as actors in the international legal order"
1C  Ester Herlin-Karnell,(VU Amsterdam),
       "EU sports law - has the equestrian world been left out?"

 

Session 2: September 13th 13.45 - 15.15 Room G25

2A   Dorota Leczykiewicz (Oxford)
        "Private party liability in EU law beyond competition Law"
2B    Alina Tryfonidou (Reading)
         "'Discrimination' and 'restriction' in EU free movement law: lessons from the Court's Jurisprudence on PurelyInternalSituations"
2C     Sara Drake (Cardiff)
         "From procedural autonomy to 'soft' codification: the quest for effective remedies in EU competition and consumer law"
 

Session 3 September 14th 09.30 - 11.00 Room G25

3A    Beata Mäihäniemi (Helsinki)
         "Economics of the essential facilities doctrine. An example of an analytical approach"
3B    Sandra Marco Colino (Hong Kong)
         "The Cost of Antitrust Violations - An Assessment of Financial Penalties for Anti-Competitive Conduct".
3C    Jurgita Malinauskaite (Brunel)
          "Infusing a competition law compliance culture in the EU"

Session 4 September 14th 11.30 - 13.00 Room G25

4A    Bruce Wardhaugh (QUB)
         "Leniency, effective compensation and Pfleiderer: the inherent tensions exposed"
4B    Antje Kreutzmann
          "The German electricity market: competitive market structure and high household consumer prices - a contradiction in terms"
4C    Steven Truxal and Siri Harris
          "Reduced fines in the airfreight case: a regulatory environment that encourages or imposes cartelistic behaviour?"

Abstracts

Reduced fines in the Airfreight case: a regulatory environment that encourages or imposes cartelistic behaviour? by Steven Truxal and Siri Harris.
EU Sports Law – Has the Equestrian World been Left Out by E Herlin-Karnell.
Liberalisation of the German Electricity Market – A Deliberate Contempt of Consumer’s Interests? by Antje Kreutzmann.
LENIENCY, EFFECTIVE COMPENSATION AND PFLEIDERER: THE INHERENT TENSIONS EXPOSED by Bruce Wardhaugh.
The Constitutional Dimension of Private Law Liability Rules in the EU by DOROTA LECZYKIEWICZ.

Papers

"Economics of the Essential Facilities Doctrine. An Example of an Analytical Approach.” by Beata Mäihäniemi .

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