Competition Law Scholars Forum


Modernising Article 82

A CLaSF Workshop

Thursday 8 September 2005, Northampton Suite, City Law School, University Building, City University, Northampton Square, London.


The Scope and Need for a Modernisation of Abuse Control under Art. 82 EC,
Thomas Eilmansberger, Professor of Law Salzburg University.

Rebates Revisited (Again) -- Abusive Rebates under Article 82 and the ongoing Modernisation Debate,
Professor John Kallaugher, University College London, and Partner, Latham and Watkins, Brussels.

Article 82: Where are We Coming From and Where are We Going?
Liza Gormsen, Doctoral Research Student, Kings College, London.

The Concept of Objective Justification of an Abuse of a Dominant Position: Can it help to Modernise the Analysis under Article 82?
Ekaterina Rousseva, Doctoral Research Student, EUI, Florence.

Retroactive Rebate Schemes: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis,
Frank Maier-Rigaud, European Commission, Brussels and Martin Beckenkamp, Max Planck Institute on Collective Goods, Bonn.

Article 82 and the New Economy: The Need for Modernisation,
Michele Messina, Doctoral Research Student, University of Messina.

Modernising Article 82 EC with Particular Focus on Public and otherwise Privileged Undertakings,
Ulla Neergaard, Assistant Professor of Law, Copenhagen Business School

Exporting Article 82 to Singapore: Prospects and Challenges,
Burton Ong, Assistant Professor of Law, National University of Singapore.