David Bosco

University Aix-Marseille
Professor

David Bosco is Professor of Competition Law and European Law at Aix-Marseille University (Center of Law and Economics, EA 4224). Since his PhD (L’obligation d’exclusivité, Bruylant 2008), his research focuses on Antitrust and Merger law (Publications page at SSRN 1791770). He is the editor of the rubric Trends in Concurrences.

Linked authors

University Paris II Panthéon‑Assas
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Brussels)
Deloitte (Paris)
European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)
Université Jean Moulin - Lyon III
Paris Court of Appeal
European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Paris)

Videos

David Bosco (Aix-Marseille Université)
David Bosco 29 March 2018 Paris
David Bosco - Transposition de la directive Dommages - 10 mars 2017
David Bosco 10 March 2017 Paris

Articles

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Anthony Dawes, Ben Holles De Peyer, David Bosco, Francisco Enrique González-Díaz, Jean-Philippe Christienne, Nicolas Von Lingen, Thierry De Bovis, Thomas Perroud The EU judge and the unlimited jurisdiction over the Commission’s decisions

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The EU judicial review of the Commission’s decisions generates an abundant case law. This Trends aims to clarify the major difficulties that arise from the concept of "unlimited jurisdiction" and that manifest themselves both at the level of the control standard to which the Commission’s (...)

Andreas Bardong, Céline Gauer, David Bosco, Etienne Pfister, Katrin Schallenberg, Oliver Bretz, Simon Genevaz, Tad Lipsky Market tests in antitrust and merger control proceedings

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Nowadays, commitments decisions of the competition authorities are, most of the time, preceded by a consultation of third parties. These "market tests" have become a central step of the antitrust procedure and merger control. The authors of this Tendances present their experience in using this (...)

Andreas Bardong, Bernard van de Walle de Ghelcke, David Bosco, David Spector, Jacques-Philippe Gunther, Peter Freeman, Peter Kalbfleisch Merger control and minority shareholdings : Time for a change ?

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Ce Tendances revient sur le débat qu’a ravivé l’affaire Aer Lingus/Ryanair autour du traitement des participations minoritaires dans le contrôle des concentrations. La difficulté principale tient dans le point de savoir si, et dans quelle mesure, le droit des concentrations doit s’appliquer aux (...)

David Bosco The French judicial specialization in competition law

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The French legislator has specialized in 2005 and in 2009 the judicial disputes in antitrust and restrictive pratices cases. This article goes back to the legal reasons behind the current failure of the planned system. 1. Veut-on vraiment, aujourd’hui en France, de cette spécialisation (...)

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