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Language and Law: The Role of Language and Translation in EU Competition Law

Edited by: Silvia Marino, Lucja Biel, Martina Bajcic, Vilelmini Sosoni

ISBN13: 9783319909042
Published: November 2018
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £109.99



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The publisher will print a copy to fulfill your order. Books can take between 1 to 3 weeks. Looseleaf titles between 1 to 2 weeks.

The volume brings together contributions prepared and presented as part of the EU-funded research project "Training Action for Legal Practitioners: Linguistic Skills and Translation in EU Competition Law".

The first part of the book focuses on the main developments in EU competition law in action, which includes legislation, case law and praxis. This part can be divided into two subparts: the private enforcement of EU competition law, and the cooperation among enforcers, i.e. the EU Commission, the national competition authorities and the national courts. Language is of paramount importance in the enforcement of EU competition law, and as such, the second part highlights legal linguistic skills, showcasing the advantages and the challenges of multilingualism, especially in the context of the predominant use of English as the EU drafting and vehicular language.

Subjects:
Competition Law
Contents:
Introduction: The Role of the Language in EU Law by Silvia Marino
Part I - Public and Private Enforcement of EU Law in a Cooperative Perspective: On Economic Rationale of Competition Policy by Flavia Cortelezzi
An Overview of the Recent Application of EU and National Competition Law by the Italian Competition Authority by Paolo Caprile
The CJEU Case Law after Preliminary Ruling on Behalf of Private Enforcement of EU Competition Law by Maria del Mar Jimeno Bulnes
The Direct Effect of EU Competition Law: From Regulation No 1/2003 to Directive 2014/104/EU by Marina San Martin-Calvo
Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in Follow-on Actions by Paolo Bertoli
Contemporary Trends in International Law in Relation to the Protection of Individuals from Multinationals' Malpractice - Greek Competition Law after the Implementation of EU Directive 2014/104 by Sotirios S. Livas
EU Competition Law in the Aftermath of Directive 2014/14 and its Implementation in the Republic of Croatia by Ana Poscic
EU Competition Law after Directive 2014/104/EU and its Implementation in Italy by Silvia Marino
Part II - Linguistic Aspects of Drafting, Translating, Interpreting and Implementing EU Competition Law: Legal Languages in Contact: EU Legislative Drafting and its Consequences for Judicial Interpretation by Agnieszka Doczekalska
Language and Translation in EU Competition Law: Insights from English, Greek, Italian and Spanish Versions of Legislative Texts by Vilelmini Sosoni
A Mutual Learning Exercise in Terminology and Multilingual Law by Martina Bajcic and Adrijana Martinovic
Binomials in EU Competition Law by Katja Dobric Basaneze
Collocations of Terms in EU Competition Law: a Corpus Analysis of EU English Collocations by Lucja Biel, Agnieszka Biernacka, and Anna Jopek-Bosiacka
The Glossary of EU English Competition Collocations and Terms by Lucja Biel, Agnieszka Biernacka, and Anna Jopek-Bosiacka
Phraseological Profile of Judgments: Complex Prepositions in EU Competition Law Judgments by Dariusz Kozbial
Plain English and the EU: Still Trying to Fight the Fog? by Arianna Grasso.