EU Competition and State Aid Rules: Public and Private Enforcement by Vesna TomljenoviEU Competition and State Aid Rules: Public and Private Enforcement by Vesna Tomljenovi

EU Competition and State Aid Rules: Public and Private Enforcement

byVesna TomljenoviEditorNada Bodiroga-Vukobrat, Vlatka Butorac Malnar

Hardcover | January 22, 2018

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This book scrutinizes legislative novelties and case law in the area of EU competition and state aid rules, focusing on the interaction between public and private enforcement of those rules. It is intended for scholars, stakeholders and anyone involved in the process of law enforcement - judges, attorneys at law, corporate lawyers and market participants. 
The book features contributions by prominent competition law scholars offering an academic analysis of the topics covered, and by several EU General Court judges, including its President, Mr. Marc Jaeger, providing first-hand information on the application of the EU competition rules in the General Court. 

Title:EU Competition and State Aid Rules: Public and Private EnforcementFormat:HardcoverDimensions:313 pagesPublished:January 22, 2018Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662479613

ISBN - 13:9783662479612

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Table of Contents

Part I The role of courts in public enforcement of EU competition rules: Marc Jaeger, 25 Years of the General Court - Looking Back and Forward.- Miro Prek and Silvère Lefèvre, The General Court as the EU Competition Court?.- Jasminka Pecotic Kaufman and Sinisa Petrovic, The Enforcement of EU Competition Law by National Courts.- Dubravka Aksamovic, Judicial Review in EU and Croatian Competition Cases - The Procedure and Intensity of Judicial Review.- Alexandr Svetlicinii, Enforcement of the EU Competition Rules in Lithuania: Application of the 'Effect on Trade' Concept in the Enforcement Practice of the National Competition Authority and Courts.- Part II Challenges of public enforcement of EU competition rules before the commission: Marc Barennes, The Role of the Settlement Procedure and Leniency Programme in the European Commission's Fight Against Cartels.- Ludovic Bernardeau, Fines and Fundamental Rights: New Challenges.- Part III Selected issues of private enforcement of EU competition law: Anca D. Chirita, The Disclosure of Evidence under the 'Antitrust Damages' Directive 2014/104/EU.- Vlatka Butorac Malnar, The Kone Case: A Missed Opportunity to Put the Standard of Causation Under the Umbrella of the EU.- Mihail Danov, Cross-Border Aspects of EU Competition Law Enforcement: Comprehensive Reform Needed?.- Part IV Contemporary topics of state aid law enforcement: Viktor Kreuschitz and Nuria Bermejo, The Role of National Courts in the Enforcement of The European State Aid Rules.- Nicola Chesaites, Tax Incentives as State Aid.- Ana Poscic, State Aid and Gambling Services.- Marijana Liszt and Edita Culinovic Herc, Certain aspects of State Aid to Services of General Economic Interest in Croatia.