a mutual learning experience towards good practices in competition law enforcement
The enforcement of EU competition law relies to a great extent on national courts and tribunals. They are faced with a challenging responsibility given the dynamic nature of this area of law. Also, the interplay of EC competition law and national law, especially national procedural law, poses various challenges. The decentralised enforcement of EC competition law is a relatively new field of law for the recently joined Member States and prospective Member States. Although courses on competition law may remedy a possible gap in academic knowledge, it is felt that what is (also) needed is an exchange of practical expertise: how to deal with the fast-paced developments in European competition law in practice. The exchange of solutions to competition law problems for the judiciary, set in an overarching structure of sound scholarly knowledge, is a good way to provide the judiciary of the new and prospective Member States with this practical knowledge.
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