Edited by Paul Nihoul and Tadeusz Skoczny
How substantive competition rules are enforced plays a crucial role in achieving their goals. This thoughtful book examines procedural issues that have arisen from the increased enforcement of competition law worldwide.
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- Procedural Fairness in Competition Proceedings
- Table of cases
- Table of legislation
- Chapter 1: Substance and process in competition law and enforcement. Why we should care if it’s not fair
- Chapter 2: Effectiveness through fairness? ‘Due process’ as an institutional precondition for effective decentralized EU competition law enforcement
- Chapter 3: ‘Human rights’ protection for corporate antitrust defendants: are we not going overboard?
- Chapter 4: The emergence of a WTO antitrust jurisprudence through cross-fertilization from other international antitrust institutions: the case for procedural fairness as a necessary precondition
- Chapter 5: Competition enforcement: a look at inspections
- Chapter 6: The role of the Hearing Officer in antitrust cases. A critical assessment of the new mandate and practice after 2011
- Chapter 7: An elusive convergence – rights of defence in competition matters in the jurisprudence of the CJEU
- Chapter 8: Into the parallel universe: procedural fairness in private litigation after the Damages Directive
- Chapter 9: Fairness in state aid procedure: a contribution to the debate on the right to participate
- Chapter 10: Competition law enforcement: administrative versus judicial systems
- Chapter 11: The fairness debate in the U.S.
- Chapter 12: The right of fair trial in competition law proceedings: quo vadis the courts of the new EU Member States?
- Chapter 13: Deferential standard of judicial review in the light of Article 6 of the ECHR
- Discussion report (CARS)
- Name and subject index
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