Competition Law Scholars Forum


Due Process in European Competition Law

A CLaSF Workshop

Supported By
Maclay Murray & SpensStrathclyde Law School

Thursday 7 April 2005, Glasgow Graduate School of Law, Lord Hope Building, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.



The Self-Incrimination Debate in European Competition Law
Dr. Alan Riley, Nottingham Law School and Mr Angus MacCulloch, Manchester University Law School

The Protection of Legal Professional Privilege in EU Law and the Impact of the Rules on the Exchange of Information within the European Competition Network on the Secrecy of Communications between Lawyer and Client
Ms Arianna Andreangeli, School of Law, University of Birmingham

The Commission’s Policy on Recidivism: no legal certainty for repeat offenders
Kristina Nordlander, Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton, Brussels

Is the Commission’s Fining Policy a Failure? And Do the Member States Do It Better?
James Killick, White and Case, Brussels

Due Process and National Authorities - Due Process from the Perspective of a National Competition Authority
Dr Renato Nazzini, Principal Case Officer, Office of Fair Trading

Tetra Laval: Pushing back the frontiers of Judicial Control?
Professor Philippa Watson, Nottingham Law School.

Publicising enforcement activity, reputational risk and legal strategies for resistance
Dr Karen Yeung, Oxford University.