Milia Chamas

Liège University - IEJE
LL.M. student

Milia graduated in 2013 from the University of Liège in the business law field, and won in 2013 the first prize of the International Moot Court Competition in European Union Law in the University of Lille (France). She completed an LL.M. in European Competition Law and Intellectual Property Law in the University of Liège in 2014. The subject of her thesis is “Comparative study of European and Canadian Patent Laws: which legal system turns out to be the most favorable for the inventor?”

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Philippe & Partners (Brussels)

Articles

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Chamas, Norman Neyrinck The EU Court of Justice decides that a firm that has infringed Article 101 TFEU is unable to escape imposition of a fine merely because the illegality of its conduct was erroneously assessed by its legal counsel or by a decision of a national competition authority (Bundeswettbewerbsbehörde / Schenker)

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I. The Parties The Bundeswettbewerbsbehörde, the Federal Competition Authority in Austria. The Bundeskartellanwalt, the Federal Cartel Lawyer in Austria. Thirty-one undertakings, including inter alia Schenker & Co. AG (“Schenker”), members of the Spediteur-Sammelladungs-Konferenz (the (...)

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