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Programme

Session 1: September 5th 13.45 - 15.15 Butterfield Room

1A           Imelda Maher, (University College Dublin),  and Dermot Hodson, (Birkbeck College),
                'The European Union Bill: Competence Incompetence'
1B           Claudina Richards, ( East Anglia)
                'Putting Cohn-Bendit to rest- directives before the  French courts'
1C           Egle Dagilyte, (PhD candidate, King's College London),
                '"Alice in Wonderland" in post-Lisbon Europe: do general principles of EU law generate autonomous rights or vice versa?'  

Session 2: September 5th 15.45 - 17.15 Butterfield Room

2A       Theodore Konstadinides, (Surrey),
              'Constitutional identity and membership in the EU'
2B         Panos Stasinopoulus, (PhD candidate, King's College London) :
               'Were the Laval and Viking cases correctly decided? A "citizenship lawyer's" point of view'

Session 3 September 6th 09.00 - 10.30 Butterfield Room

3A           Caoimhin Macmaolain, (Trinity College Dublin),
                'Ramifications of the EU/IMF loan to Ireland for Irish law and society'
3B           Liza Lovdahl Gormsen, (Manchester),
               'How revisiting fundamental concepts of Article 101 TFEU clarifies why the Court of Justice maintains its approach to Article 102, despite the Commission's new policy towards abuse of dominance'
3C           Morten Hviid, and Andreas Stephan, ( East Anglia),
               'Cover Pricing and the misuse of "Object' under Article 101 TFEU'

Session 4 September 6th 13.30 - 15.00 Butterfield Room

4A           Michael Wardhaugh, (Newcastle),
                 'A normative approach to the criminalization of cartel activity'.
4B           Franco Rizzuto, (Edge Hill),
                'Accessing the "corporate statements" of leniency applicants held by public enforcers: the insurmountable barrier for alleged victims of EU competition law infringements'
4C           Sebastian Peyer, ( East Anglia),
               'Injunctive relief and private anti-trust enforcement'

Available Papers and Abstracts

Has the Equestrian World been Left Out? Dr E Herlin-Karnell, VU University by E Herlin-Karnell.
Liberalisation of the German Electricity Market – A Deliberate Contempt of Consumer’s Interests? by Antje Kreutzmann.
Putting Cohn-Bendit to rest - directives before the French courts' by Claudina Richards.
'Ramifications of the EU/IMF loan to Ireland for Irish Law and society' by Caoimhin Macmaolain.
'Constitutional identity and membership in the EU' by Theodore Konstadinides, .
A Normative Approach to the Criminalization of Cartel Activity by Bruce Wardhaugh.
The European Union Bill: Competence Incompetence by Dermot Hodson and Imelda Maher.
Cover Pricing and the misuse of ‘Object’ under Article 101 TFEU by Morten Hviid and Andreas Stephan.
‘Alice In Wonderland’ In Post-Lisbon Europe: Do General Principles Of EU Law Generate Autonomous Individual Rights or Vice Versa? by Egle Dagilyte.
How revisiting fundamental concepts of Article 101 TFEU clarifies why the Court of Justice maintains its approach to Article 102 TFEU despite the Commission’s new policy towards abuse of dominance. by Liza Lovdahl Gormsen .
Injunctive Relief and Private Antitrust Enforcement by Sebastian Peyer.
Accessing the ‘corporate statements’ of leniency applicants held by public enforcers: The insurmountable barrier for alleged victims of EU competition law infringements? by Franco Rizzuto.
Were the Laval and Viking cases correctly decided? A “Citizenship Lawyer’s” point of you by Panos Stasinopoulos.