Object and/or Effects in Competition Law
A CLaSF Workshop
Lancaster University Law School , Friday 26 September 2014
European pharmaceutical antitrust after Groupment des Cartes Bancaires – Time to rethink the approach to pay for delay settlements?
Pay for delay agreements – object or effect restriction in the light of the Groupes Cartes Bancaires judgment?
European Commission Enforcement of Article 101 in the Financial Sector: An Opportunity to Redraw the Distinction between Object and Effect
Cover Pricing in the UK Construction Bid-Rigging Case: a Misuse of ‘Object’ under Article 101 TFEU?
Minimum RPM agreements as object restrictions: challenging the conventional approach
The link between Competition law and Democracy within the Ordoliberal paradigm – A competition-democracy nexus?
Intel, Consequentialist Goals and the Certainty of Rules: The Same Old Song and Dance, My Friend
Object and effect: What role for structured evidence rules?
Network effects and the confused approach to dominance involving online platforms
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