Elisabeth Eklund

Delphi (Stockholm)
Lawyer (Partner)

Elisabeth Eklund is a Partner at Delphi, specialising in Competition Law. She has thirteen years experience of advising international and national companies on EU and Swedish Competition Law as regards anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominant position and assists in contacts with the Competition Authorities and in Courts and arbitration proceedings. She also assists in pre-merger assessments and filings to the European Commission and to the Swedish Competition Authority. Elisabeth also conducts compliance programs, including training and drafting of dawn-raid manuals. Elisabeth also advices on public procurement, state aid and free movement issues and has experience of litigation of these issues from administrative and civil courts. She has in-depth knowledge of the life science industry and in addition to regulatory issues in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries she also advices on regulatory questions in relation to telecom, broadcasting. Elisabeth is recommended by PLC Which Lawyer as "leading" in Life sciences: Regulatory and by Chambers Europe 2009 Chambers Europe 2010 and Chabers Europe 2011 for European law/Competition as well as Life Sciences and by Legal 500 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 for Competition. She is also recommended by Legal 500 2010 and 2011 for dispute resolution. Elisabeth has published a number of articles on competition law and is national reporter to the 6th edition of Bellamy & Child, European Community Law of Competition. She was the International Reporter to the Congress 2010 of the International League of Competition Law (LIDC) as well as national reporter to the 2001 and the 2008 congresses of LIDC. She is also a frequent and popular speaker on conferences.

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Stockholm University

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6337 Bulletin

5067 Review

Elisabeth Eklund-Legnerfält Resale Price Maintenance: A synthesis of 13 national reports

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Le présent rapport, préparé à l’occasion du congrès international LIDC à Bordeaux (du 30 septembre au 3 octobre 2010) est consacré aux différents systèmes de prix de vente imposés. Ce rapport, établit sur la base d’un questionnaire, réunit treize contributions nationales, dont celles de dix pays de l’Union (...)

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