Private enforcement of european competition and state aid law : current challenges dans the way forward
- Full Title:
- Private enforcement of european competition and state aid law : current challenges dans the way forward
- Other Author:
- Wollenschläger, Ferdinand,
Moellers, Thomas M J.
- Statement of Responsibility:
- Edited by Ferdinand Wollenschläger, Wolfgang Wurmnest, Thomas M.J. Möllers
- International competition law series
- Series Volume:
- xxxiii, 390 p.
- Private Enforcement of European Competition and State Aid Law addresses two key areas of European Union (EU) law, EU competition law and EU State aid...
Summary:Private Enforcement of European Competition and State Aid Law addresses two key areas of European Union (EU) law, EU competition law and EU State aid law, in which private law enforcement has become increasingly important over the past years. The overlapping EU regimes of competition law and State aid law provide mechanisms allowing private plaintiffs to claim compensation for losses or damages. It is thus of significant practical value to provide, as this book does, analysis and guidance on achieving enforcement of such claims, written by renowned authorities in the two fields. This will be a unique new work, combining practical analysis with informed debate on understanding the rules of private enforcement on the EU level and the covered Member States.
The book examines the two areas of law both from an EU perspective and from the perspectives of private enforcement in France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom. In the country reports for these major jurisdictions, as well as in more general and comparative chapters, the contributors focus on such issues as the following: impediments to private enforcement; which entity is liable for damages; binding effect of decisions of competition authorities; limitation of actions; collective actions and pooling of claims; enforcement of the standstill obligation (Article 108(3) TFEU); remedies and information deficits; cooperation and coordination between national courts and the European Commission; transposition of the so-called Damages Directive (Directive 2014/104/EU) by the EU Member States; extent to which the strengthening of private enforcement of competition law has a spillover effect on State aid law; and prospects for harmonisation of State aid law. A concluding section identifies enforcement deficits and proposes ways to improve the existing legal framework.
- • List of Contributors • Foreword • List of Abbreviations • CHAPTER 1: Introduction • PART I : Private Enforcement of EU Competition Law after...
Contents:• List of Contributors • Foreword • List of Abbreviations • CHAPTER 1: Introduction • PART I : Private Enforcement of EU Competition Law after Directive 2014/104/EU • CHAPTER 2: The European Perspective • CHAPTER 3: The European Commission’s View • CHAPTER 4: Private Enforcement in France • CHAPTER 5: Private Enforcement in Germany • CHAPTER 6: Private Enforcement in Italy • CHAPTER 7: Private Enforcement in the Netherlands • CHAPTER 8: Private Enforcement in the United Kingdom • PART II: Private Enforcement of EU State Aid Law • CHAPTER 9: The European PerspectiveCHAPTER 10: The Role of the European Commission and the Cooperation with National Courts • CHAPTER 11 : Private Enforcement in France • CHAPTER 12: Private Enforcement in Germany • CHAPTER 13: Private Enforcement in Italy • CHAPTER 14: Private Enforcement in the Netherlands • CHAPTER 15 : Private Enforcement in Spain • CHAPTER 16: Private Enforcement in the UK • PART III: Analysis and Outlook • CHAPTER 17: Private Enforcement of EU Competition and State Aid Law: Comparative Analysis and the Way Forward • Index
- Publisher & Date:
- AH Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer Law International, 2020.
- Date of Publication:
- Kluwer Law International
- EU 141.10
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