The Competition law Scholars Forum are delighted to reveal the latest Issue of the Competition Law Review. The Issue focuses on the broad theme of ‘Competition Law and Enforcement Priorities’. It features an Editorial by Mary Catherine Lucey, and Articles by William E Kovacic, Catalin S Rusu, Aiste Selezeviciute & Zeno Frediano, and Vincent Power.
The full text of the Issue can be found on the Review Page.
The Programme for the CLaSF Workshop on ‘Constitutional Challenges in Europe – the Impact and Role of Competition Law’ on Thursday 14 September at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance is now available.
It features a range of excellent speakers from across Europe. Details of the Programme and how to Register can be found on the Workshop Event Page
the Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies, University of Warsaw
invite contributions to a workshop
“Reform of Regulation 1/2003 – Effectiveness of the NCAs and Beyond”
At the University of Warsaw, on Friday 28th April 2017
The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) will be running a workshop on Friday 28th April 2017 at the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Management, Warsaw, Poland. The subject of the workshop will be the broad theme of ‘Reform of Regulation 1/2003 – Effectiveness of NCAs and Beyond’. Continue reading Call for Papers: Reform of Regulation 1/2003→
The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) and UCD Sutherland School of Law (BLREG)
At UCD Sutherland School of Law (Belfield, Dublin 4) on Friday, 16 September 2016
09:30 – 10.00: Registration
10.00: Introduction – Prof Barry Rodger (CLaSF), Mary Catherine Lucey (UCD BLREG)
Keynote Speaker – Professor William E. Kovacic, George Washington University Law School ‘Prioritization, Project Selection and Agency Effectiveness’
Prioritisation and Article 102 – Chair: Patrick Kenny, Member CCPC
‘Enforcement priorities Paper on Article 102 TFEU: Is a Title Enough to Overtake Constitutional Rules and Fundamental Rule-Of-Law Principles?’, Konstantinos Sidiropoulos, DPhil Candidate, Oxford University;
‘Far Beyond Meaningless: the non-enforcement of exploitative excessive prices’, Carmen Rodilla Marti, PhD Candidate, University of Valencia
Prioritising Enforcement: Commitments and State aid complaints – Chair: Professor Barry Rodger
‘Commitments: Guidance for a New Enforcement Style’, Stavros Makis, PhD Candidate, Department of Law, EUI, Florence;
‘Prioritisation in state aid control: Filtering out “unwanted” complaints’ Oskar Van Maren, The Asser Institute, the Hague
Priorities in Enforcement: A Global and EU Perspective – Chair: Judge John Cooke
‘Goals, Values and Priorities of Competition Agencies: A View from Practice Around the World’
Dr Julian Nowag, Lund University, Sweden, and CCLP, & Dr Maria Ioannidou, QMU London and CCLP.
‘The Actual Role of Boosting the EU Competition Law Enforcement powers of NCAs: In Need of a Reframed Formula’ Catalin S. Rusu, Associate Professor of European law, Radboud University, Nijmegen
‘Implications Of Competition Law Enforcement In The Electricity Sector: Comparative Analysis Of The UK And US’ Francisca Kusi-Appiah, PhD Candidate – CEPMLP University of Dundee
15.45-16:00 Coffee Break
Enforcement priorities in Scotland and Ireland – Chair: Angus MacCulloch,
‘Is There a case for a Scottish Competition Authority? Contrasting Old, New and Regional Competition Enforcement Priorities in large, small and regional EU Economies’ Aiste Slezeviciute, PhD candidate, Edinburgh Law School, and Solicitor, S and W, Edinburgh and Zeno Frediani, Solicitor, S and W
‘An Analytical Review of the Choices/priorities made by Ireland’s Competition Authority/Competition and Consumer Protection Commission 1991-2016’ Dr Vincent Power, Partner, A & L Goodbody, Dublin
17:10-17:30 Closing Address: Dr John Temple Lang
17:30 Closing remarks
Professor Imelda Maher MRIA, Sutherland Professor of European Law UCD Sutherland School of Law, & Prof Barry Rodger (ClaSF)
17.45Taxis to Central Dublin for bar/restaurant for speakers and participants