Eda Sahin


Dr. Eda Şahin is a lecturer at EU School of Law. She was awarded a Doctorate in Law at Queen Mary, University of London. She holds an LLM in Competition Law and Policy from the University of East Anglia. Her LLM thesis examined the passing-on defence in competition law in the EU, US and Turkey. She holds business administration and law degrees from the University of Istanbul, Turkey. Eda was admitted to Istanbul Bar in 2007. She is also the editor of the Global Antitrust Review which is published annually by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy, Queen Mary, University of London. After graduation, she returned to Turkey, and started working as a lecturer in law at a public university in Turkey in order to serve her compulsory work in return for the Ministry of National Education’s scholarship she received to pursue her doctorate in the UK. In her current position as a lecturer, she is responsible for teaching Law of Obligations and Property Law at the undergraduate level and UK Contract Law and Family Law at the postgraduate level.


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Eda Sahin The Turkish Council of State annuls the decision of the Competition Authority which dismissed the complaint at the preliminary inquiry stage without evaluating the information that showed the collusion (Pegas / Anex / Tez / Odeon Tours)


This case comment analyses the judgment of the Turkish Council of State in which it has annulled the decision of the Turkish Competition Authority that rejects the complaint of a rival at the stage of preliminary inquiry without assessing the evidence demonstrating the collusion between four (...)

Eda Sahin The Turkish Competition Authority fines a telecom company, suspected of abusing its dominant position, for obstructing the inspection of its business premises during an ongoing investigation (TTNET)


I. BACKGROUND TTNET is the Turkey’s largest broadband provider and a subsidiary of Turk Telekom Group. The Turkish Competition Authority (TCA) had started proceedings due to the complaints received against TTNET. These complaints focused on two main allegations. As such were, on the one hand, (...)

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Eda Sahin Collective Redress and EU Competition Law, ŞAHIN Eda


This section selects books on themes related to competition laws and economics. This compilation does not attempt to be exhaustive but rather a survey of themes important in the area. The survey usually covers publication over the last three months after publication of the latest issue of (...)

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