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ECIPE Seminar: The Sphynx and the Chimera: Antitrust Proceedings in the EU

October 15 2014
Venue: ECIPE, Rue Belliard 4-6, 1040 Brussels
Speakers: Dr Serena Sileoni, Paul Csiszár
Time: 14:15

Competition policy is a key policy area of the EU – and the power of competition policy to shape the structure of markets has grown. But is the power balanced by mechanisms or checks-and-balances to guarantee fair trials and other principles of constitutionalism?

You are welcome to join ECIPE and IBL for a seminar to discuss, with a presentation by Dr Serena Sileoni, author of a new study examining whether antitrust proceedings in the EU embody the principles of the rule of law and separation of power. Dr Sileoni’s presentation will be followed by comments from Paul Csiszár, Director at DG Competition, European Commission.

 

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