Kinstellar (Bratislava)

Martin Pavlus

Kinstellar (Bratislava)
Lawyer (Associate)

Martin Pavlus is a junior associate at Kinstellar Bratislava office who specializes in Slovak and EU competition law matters and formerly worked as a trainee in the legal service of the European Commission. He holds degrees from Masaryk University and the College of Europe. Martin speaks Slovak, English, German and French.

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742 Bulletin

Martin Pavlus, Zuzana Hodonova The EU General Court states that the EU Commission is entitled to request a party to provide pre-accession information to evaluate an alleged abuse of dominant position in the telecom sector (Slovak Telekom)


Factual background On 22 March 2012, the General Court dismissed the actions brought by Slovak Telekom a.s. (“ST”) against the European Commission (the “Commission”) in joined cases T-458/09 and T-171/10 and upheld the Commission’s decisions C(2009) 6840 of 3 September 2009 (the “Decision (...)

Martin Pavlus, Zuzana Hodonova The Slovak Supreme Court reverses the judgment of the Regional Court in Bratislava that amended the fine imposed by the Competition Authority in an abuse of dominance case (Cargo Slovakia)


Factual background On 31 January 2012, the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic (the “Supreme Court“) ruled in favour of the applicant, i.e. the Slovak Antimonopoly Office (“SVK AMO“), in its appeal against decision No. 1 S 27/2007-227 of the Regional Court in Bratislava amending decision (...)

Martin Pavlus, Michal Miko The Slovakian Competition Authority fines electricity distribution company for abuse of a dominant position by charging excessive prices for electricity metering (ZSE)


Factual background By its decision No. 2012/DZ/R/2/030, the Council of the Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic (the “Council”), acting in its capacity as the appellate body of the Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic (the “AMO”) rejected on 29 June 2012 the appeal of ZSE (...)


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