Harmonising EU Competition Litigation: The New Directive and Beyond (Swedish Studies in European Law)Editat de Maria Bergström, Marios Iacovides, Magnus Strand
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The book explores five different themes: the main policy issues and challenges, the new regime in the bigger picture of recent EU law developments, the nexus between private enforcement and transparency, a comparative perspective of private enforcement in five Member State jurisdictions and issues relating to causation, harm and indirect purchasers.
Maria Bergström is Associate Professor of European Law, Marios Iacovides is a Doctoral Candidate in European Law and Magnus Strand is Doctor of Laws in European Law, all at Uppsala University.
Part I: Main Policy Issues and Particular Challenges1. Introduction to the Directive on Competition Damages Actions Ulf Bernitz2. Private Enforcement of EU Competition Law: A Comparison with, and Lessons from, the US Alison Jones3. Welfare Effects of Right to Damages-A Practical Approach and the Swedish Perspective Lars Henriksson4. Challenges for Swedish Courts: Will the New Directive on Competition Damages Actions Help? Ingeborg SimonssonPart II: Private Enforcement and the New Directive in Context5. The Damages Directive and Other Enforcement Measures in EU Competition Law Vladimir Bastidas Venegas6. Embedding Procedural Autonomy: The Directive and National Procedural Rules Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel7. Private Enforcement of Competition Law in Intellectual Property Cases Paul LC TorremansPart III: Transparency, Leniency Programmes, and Human Rights8. Transparency and Liability in Leniency Programmes: A Question of Balancing? Xavier Groussot and Justin Pierce9. Access to Documents for Cartel Victims and Cartel Members - Is the System Coherent? Björn Lundqvist and Helene AnderssonPart IV: Private Enforcement Through National Actions10. Practical Private Enforcement: Perspectives from Portugal Sofi a Oliveira Pais11. Practical Private Enforcement: Perspectives from Poland Anna Piszcz12. Practical Private Enforcement: Perspectives from Finland - Causal Links, the Principle of Effectivenessand Requirements for National Solutions Katri Havu13. Practical Private Enforcement: Perspectives from Greece and the Netherlands Agisilaos KarpetasPart V: Harm, Indirect Purchasers, and Alternative Redress14. Indirect Purchasers - Is there Anything New in the Directive? An Introductory Overview of the Currentand Future Status of Indirect Purchasers in the EU Elisabeth Eklund15. Beyond the Competition Damages Directive: What Room for Competition Law Restitution? Magnus Strand16. The Presumption and Quantifi cation of Harm in the Directive and the Practical Guide Marios C Iacovides