Competition Law Scholars Forum


Due Process and Innovation in EU Competition Law

A CLaSF Workshop

Brussels, Friday 16 April 2010, CEPS.


Introduction and Keynote Speaker
Prof Wouter Wils, Legal Service of the European Commission & Visiting Professor, Kings College, London.

Evidence in Cartel EU Competition Law Enforcement: reconciling 'effective enforcement' and 'adequate protection of procedural guarantees'
Andreas Scordamaglia, PHD student, EUI, Florence

The Hearing Officer in EU Competition Proceedings: Ensuring Full respect for the Right to be Heard?’
Nicolo Zingales, PHD student, Bocconi University, Milan

The Deterrent Effect of Antitrust Sanctions: Economic Theory and Empirical Evidence
Kai Huschelrath, Centre for European Economic Research(ZEW), Department of Industrial Economics/International Management, Mannheim

New Paradigm for Assessing Antitrust Fines - finding room for justice
Abayomi Al Ameen, PHD student, Swansea Law School

Due Process, criminal prosecution of a cartel offence and the risk of hindering co-operation between competition authorities
Julian Nowag, Doctoral student, Oxford University

Criminalisation of EU Competition Law enforcement- a possibility after Lisbon?
Gurgen Hakopian, PHD student, Radboud University, Nijmegen

Criminalising Cartels in Greece: A tale of Hasty developments and Shaky Grounds
Maria Ioannidou and Vasiliki Brisimi, DPhil candidates, Oxford University

Leniency, Fines and Procedure Under Serbia’s New Competition Law: Europeanisation versus Fundamental Rights?
Dr Veljko Milutinovic, Serbia

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 
Lucyna Olejarz, London