Competition Law Scholars Forum


Reforming EC Competition Law

A CLaSF Workshop

London, Thursday 10 September 2009, City Law School, City Univeristy.


Evolving Competition Law: Modernisation and Reform
Professor Imelda Maher UCD and Dublin European Institute

The Cooperation between the Commission and the National Courts – A Black Sheep of the Success of Regulation 1/2003
Ms Barbora Jedlickova McCabe, University of Glasgow.

The Impact of Regulation 1/2003 in the New Member States
Professor K.J.Cseres, University of Amsterdam.

The European Competition Network: Structure, Management and Initial Experiences of Policy Enforcement
Firat Cengiz, Post-doctoral Researcher and Research Coordinator at Tilburg Law and Economics Center, University of Tilburg. 

Between Economic Freedom and Effective Competition Enforcement: The Impact of the Antitrust Remedies provided by the Modernisation Regulation on the Freedom to Contract and to enjoy Property of the Undertakings concerned
Dr Arianna Andreangeli, Liverpool University Law School.

The Time has come for Fundamental Reform of the System. Let us have No More Tinkering with Regulation 1/2003. It is Time for Change We Can Believe In
James Killick, Partner, White & Case.

A Missing Step in the Modernisation Stairway-Any Role for Block Exemption Regulations in the Realm of Regulation 1/2003
Professor Francisco Marcos Fernandez, Professor of Law, IE Law School, Madrid and Albert Sanchez Graells, PhD Candidate, Law Department, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.

Taking Regulation 2790/1999 Online and into the Twenty-First Century  
Christian Riis-Madsen, Partner and Siobhan Kahmann, Associate, O'Melveny & Myers LLP,

The Effects of the Block Exemption Regulation Reform on the Swiss Car Market
Nina Leheyda, Patrick Beschorner, Kai Huschelrath, ZEW Center for European Economic Research

Double Standards at Work: Application of the Motor Vehicle Block Exemption Regulation
Alexandr Svetlicinii, European University Institute.

Counting Down Regulation 1400/2002 EC – Questioning the Logic of Sector-Specific Rules for the European Car Industry
Dr Sandra Marco Colino, Lecturer in European Law, University of Glasgow.