EU and Competition Law
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

1A    Anca D Chirita (Durham)

        EU cartel infringements: a critical evaluation of recent substantive and procedural issues

1B    Lei Zhu (Bangor)

        The Altmark criteria: efficiency test – does it do what it says on the tin?

1C    Beata Mäihäniemi (University of Helsinki)

        Could the essential facilities doctrine offer a possible remedy for certain anticompetitive                      abuses that arise in Google search investigations?


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A    Mary Guy (East Anglia)

         How does applying EU and national competition law impact healthcare provision in the                  Netherlands and England?

2B    Jurgita Malinauskaite (Brunel)

         Public and private enforcement of EU competition law: striking the right balance

2C    Bruce Wardhaugh (Queen’s University, Belfast)

         Competition adjudication in the twenty-first century: who should make the call?


Session 3 Friday 12 September 2014 09.30-11.00 Room

3A    Alfonso Valero (Nottingham Trent)

        Preliminary references in the context of judicial cooperation: is the CJEU following its own               rules?

3B    Jan Kalbheim (Charles University, Prague)

        The influence of the members of the European Court of Justice on its jurisprudence – an                     empirical-statistical analysis

3C    Eleanor Aspey (Manchester)

        The reform of EU procurement: a more sustainable future?


Session 4 Friday 12 September 2014 11.30-13.00 Room

4A    Mireia Artigot i Golobardes (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)

         The intended and unintended effects of the UK’s opt-out from Regulation 650/2012 on cross-            border succession

4B    Christos Stylianides (Middlesex, Advocate)

         Bank resolution in the financial crisis and private parties: a denial of effective judicial                        protection and an exception to the Rule of Law?

4C    Rufat Babayev (Leicester)

         Freedom of contractual self-determination within a European ‘economic constitution'

Abstracts

THE INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF THE UK’S NOT OPT-IN TO REGULATION 650/2012 ON CROSS-BORDER SUCCESSION by Mireia Artigot i Golobardes.
THE INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF THE UK’S NOT OPT-IN TO REGULATION 650/2012 ON CROSS-BORDER SUCCESSION by Mireia Artigot i Golobardes.
How does applying EU and national competition law impact healthcare provision in the Netherlands and England by Mary Guy*.
The Altmark Criteria: Efficiency Test--Does It Do What It Says on the Tin? by Lei Zhu.
Bank resolution in the financial crisis and private parties: a denial of effective judicial protection and an exception to the Rule of Law? by Christos Stylianides.

Papers

THE INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF THE UK’S NOT OPT-IN TO REGULATION 650/2012 ON CROSS-BORDER SUCCESSION by Mireia Artigot i Golobardes1.
THE INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF THE UK’S NOT OPT-IN TO REGULATION 650/2012 ON CROSS-BORDER SUCCESSION by Mireia Artigot i Golobardes1.
The influence of the members of the European Court of Justice on its jurisprudence – an empiricalstatistical analysis .. by Jan Kalbheim.
The influence of the members of the European Court of Justice on its jurisprudence – an empiricalstatistical analysis .................................. by JAN KALBHEIM.
How does applying EU and national competition law impact healthcare provision in the Netherlands and England? by Mary Guy.
Competition Regulation in the Twenty-First Century: Who Should Make the Call? by Bruce Wardhaugh.

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