Decentralised Enforcement: From the Idea to the Reality
A CLaSF Workshop
Thursday April 22nd, Glasgow Graduate School of Law, University of Strathclyde
'Co-operation Within the European Competition
'The Powers of the National Competition Authority
to Disapply National Law Incompatible with EC Law'
'Spontaneous Harmonisation of National Law in
the Wake of Modernisation of EC Competition Law'
'Decentralised Application of EU Competition Law
an Economic and Legal Approach'
'Leniency and Not Regulation: The True Path to
the Holy Grail of Antitrust Enforcement in National Courts'
'The Impact of EC Antitrust Modernisation in Poland'
'The Application of EU Competition Law by the
Belgian Competition Council and the Belgian Judges: Is Belgium Prepared
for the ‘New Regime’?'
'Different Aspects of the Application of European
Competition Law by Spanish Authorities'
'Private Antitrust Enforcement in Italy: Why Does
Not It Work Properly?'
'Criminal Sanctions for Competition Law: A Review
of Irish Experience'
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