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EU Competition and State Aid Rules: Public and Private Enforcement

Edited by: Vesna Tomljenović, Nada Bodiroga-Vukobrat, Vlatka Butorac Malnar, Ivana Kunda

ISBN13: 9783662479612
Published: January 2018
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £149.99

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The book provides a scrutiny of legislative novelties and case law in the area of EU competition and state aid rules, with the particular emphasis on the interaction between public and private enforcement of the mentioned rules.

The target readers are all stakeholders and others involved in the process of enforcement – judges, attorneys at law, corporate lawyers and market participants who have sustained or could sustain damage as a result of the violations of competition or state aid rules. The efficient enforcement of competition and state aid rules is one of the keys to the successful economic development and stability of the EU internal market. While the Commission is charged with application of EU state aid rules, EU competition rules are applied by national enforcers as well. Proper and uniform application across Member States is thus one of the biggest challenges in this area of law. Particularly important in this regard are the national enforcers responsible for the direct application of EU competition rules.

Competition Law
Part I The role of courts in public enforcement of EU competition rules: Marc Jaeger, 25 Years of the General Court - Looking Back and Forward
Miro Prek and Silvere Lefevre, The General Court as the EU Competition Court?
Jasminka Pecotic Kaufman and Sinisa Petrovic, The Enforcement of EU Competition Law by National Courts
Dubravka Aksamovic, Judicial Review in EU and Croatian Competition Cases - The Procedure and Intensity of Judicial Review
Alexandr Svetlicinii, Enforcement of the EU Competition Rules in Lithuania: Application of the `Effect on Trade' Concept in the Enforcement Practice of the National Competition Authority and Courts

Part II Challenges of public enforcement of EU competition rules before the commission: Marc Barennes, The Role of the Settlement Procedure and Leniency Programme in the European Commission's Fight Against Cartels
Ludovic Bernardeau, Fines and Fundamental Rights: New Challenges

Part III Selected issues of private enforcement of EU competition law: Anca D. Chirita, The Disclosure of Evidence under the `Antitrust Damages' Directive 2014/104/EU
Vlatka Butorac Malnar, The Kone Case: A Missed Opportunity to Put the Standard of Causation Under the Umbrella of the EU
Mihail Danov, Cross-Border Aspects of EU Competition Law Enforcement: Comprehensive Reform Needed?

Part IV Contemporary topics of state aid law enforcement: Viktor Kreuschitz and Nuria Bermejo, The Role of National Courts in the Enforcement of The European State Aid Rules
Nicola Chesaites, Tax Incentives as State Aid
Ana Poscic, State Aid and Gambling Services
Marijana Liszt and Edita Culinovic Herc, Certain aspects of State Aid to Services of General Economic Interest in Croatia.