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Competition Law private enforcement: driven by EU institutions and Instruments or National Mechanisms? An analysis of Recent Developments in the UK.
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el Miércoles, 12 de Junio 2019, 14:00 - 16:30
C/ Serrano 26, 4ºderecha, 28001, Madrid
Descripción
Fide holds this session. To attend, it is essential to request assistance to Carmen Hermida (carmen.hermida@fidefundacion.es). Please ask for registration conditions. This session will be carried out in English.

Objectives:
This session will critically analyse the implementation of the EU Damages Directive (2014/104/EU) in the national law of the Member States and will look to the future perspectives for the development of private enforcement of competition law in the EU.

Speaker: Barry J. Rodger, Academic at Strathclyde University Law School.*

Moderator: Francisco Marcos, Professor of Law, IE Law School.

Schedule: The session will be held between 14:00 and 16:30 hours, reserving the first half-hour for an informal snack.

*Academic at Strathclyde University Law School since 1993. His primary teaching and research interests are related to EU and UK competition law and international private law, and he also teaches aspects of private law. Lately, his work has focused on the interface between competition law and private law with various projects related to developments in the private enforcement of competition law in the UK and EU. He is one of the co-organisers of the Competition Law Scholars' Forum which runs two annual competition law events for competition law academics, co-editor of the online Competition Law Review, and he is also the Director of the Scottish Universities' Law Institute ('SULI').













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