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Another case of cross-subsidisation, existing aid and appropriate measures
Ingrid’s article ‘Kor fritt står nasjonale styresmakter til å regulere eigen konkurranse i den indre marknad?’ is forthcoming in the Norwegian journal Tidsskrift for Forretningsjus (TFF)
The criteria of presence of state resources, selectivity and effect on trade under Articles 107(1) TFEU and 61(1) EEA in Case C-518/13 The Queen, on the application of Eventech Ltd v Parking Adjudicator.
At Bergen Center for Competition Law and Economics we are proud to announce the first annual BECCLE competition policy conference with key note speeches by David Bailey, Joe Harrington and Patrick Rey.
Research Fellow Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui and Albert Sánchez Graells, Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law, University of Leicester, have just completed a working paper on the new rules on centralisation and occasional procurement under articles 37-39 of Directive 2014/24.
The two articles on the application of the principle of proportionality in EU/EEA-Law by the Nordic national courts and the principle of state liability in EU/EEA-law, thouches upon the core of two of today’s challenges applying EEA-Law
The Court dismisses action for annulment as inadmissible for lack of legal standing