EU Antitrust Procedure (inbunden)
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Rousseva, Ekaterina (ed.)
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EU Antitrust Procedure (inbunden)

EU Antitrust Procedure

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This book provides a comprehensive account of EU antitrust procedure, exploring the powers of the EU Commission and the observance of fundamental rights during antitrust proceedings, judicial review exercised by the EU Courts, the role played by national authorities and courts and the mechanisms for cooperation in the EU and internationally
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Dr Ekaterina Rousseva has extensive experience in the field of competition law. After practicing as an attorney, she joined the Directorate General for Competition at the European Commission in 2007 and since then has worked on a broad range of antitrust cases and policy projects. She holds a Phd from the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. She has authored the monograph "Rethinking Exclusionary Abuses in EU competition law" (Hart 2010) and numerous competition law articles. She is a visiting lecturer in competition law at the University of Sofia since 2011.


I. INTRODUCTION 1: Monica Cunningham, Damien Gerard, Ekaterina Rousseva: Overview of the EU antirust procedure II. ANTITRUST INVESTIGATIONS 2: Manuel Kellerbauer and Konstantina Strouvali: Requests for Information and Sector Inquires 3: Jan Nuijten: Inspections 4: Annemarie Ter Heegde and Ekaterina Rousseva: Power to take Statements 5: Sari Suurnakki and Paolo Tomassi: Leniency and Whistle-blowers III. OUTCOME OF THE INVESTIGATION 6: Viktor Bottka, Lukas Repa and Ekaterina Rousseva: rdinary Procdure: From Initiation of Proceedings to the Adoption of a Final Decision 7: Aleko Bogdanov and Thomas Koester: Cartel Settlements and Antirust Cooperation 8: Ulrich von Koppenfels and Flavien Christ: Commitments 9: Gabor Gal and Konstantina Srouvali: Interim measures 10: Anthony Dawes and Ekaterina Rousseva: Handling and Rejecting Complaints IV. THE RIGHTS OF DEFENCE 11: Andreas Scordamaglia-Tousis: An Overview of the Rights of Defence in Antitrust proceedings 12: Henry Abbott and Wouter Wils: Access-to-the File 13: Wouter Wils: Oral Hearing V. FINES AND PERIODIC PENALITES 14: Tatiana Lopez Garrido & Alexandros Papanikolaou: Fines Imposed for Substantive Infringements of Articles 101 & 102 TFEU 15: Tatiana Lopez Garrido & Alexandros Papanikolaou: Fines for Procedural Infringements and Periodic Penalties VI. OTHER PROCEDURES RELATED TO THE APPLICATION OF THE ANTITURST RULES 16: Eli%ska Mamdaniova: Infringements of the antitrust rules by the EU Member States 17: Annemarie ter Heegde and Kristina Todorova-Milanova: Publication of Antitrust Decisions and Other Documents 18: Alexander Kornezov: Judicial Review of Commission Decisions and Judicial Protection VIII. COOPERATION IN ANTIRUST ENFORCEMENT 19: Elisavet Arsenidou, Jeroen Capiau, Ailsa Sinclair and Jurga Stanciute: Cooperation within the ECN and strengthening of National Competition Authorities 20: Johannes Holzwarth: Cooperation between the Commission and the Courts of the EU Member States 21: Martin Farley: Cooperation between the Courts of the EU Member States and the Court of Justice 22: Pascal Berghe, Philipp Gasparon and Eddy De Smijter: International Cooperation