Due Process and Innovation in EU Competition Law
A CLaSF Workshop
Brussels, Friday 16 April 2010, CEPS.
Introduction and Keynote Speaker
Evidence in Cartel EU Competition Law Enforcement: reconciling 'effective enforcement' and 'adequate protection of procedural guarantees'
The Hearing Officer in EU Competition Proceedings: Ensuring Full respect for the Right to be Heard?’
The Deterrent Effect of Antitrust Sanctions: Economic Theory and Empirical Evidence
New Paradigm for Assessing Antitrust Fines - finding room for justice
Due Process, criminal prosecution of a cartel offence and the risk of hindering co-operation between competition authorities
Criminalisation of EU Competition Law enforcement- a possibility after Lisbon?
Criminalising Cartels in Greece: A tale of Hasty developments and Shaky Grounds
Leniency, Fines and Procedure Under Serbia’s New Competition Law: Europeanisation versus Fundamental Rights?
A Comparison of the European Commission’s and the Federal Antimonopoly Service (RF) powers and procedures and the ECHR after the Lisbon Treaty with amendments to the law on competition of RF
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