Robert Miklós Babirad

King’s College (London), American Bar Association
Attorney

Robert recently received his MA in European Union Law (Merit) and Post Graduate Diploma (Merit) from King’s College, London. He holds a Juris Doctorate Degree, is a Member of the New York Bar and received his B.A. in English (magna cum laude) from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Robert is interested in various aspects of EU Law, but particularly European Competition Law and the Single Market. He has also written for European Competition Law Review, Global Competition Litigation Review and is a regular contributor to the King’s College London European Union Law Blog.

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Robert Miklós Babirad The EU General Court considers whether a presumption providing for the liability of parent companies constitute an error of law and whether an incorrect legal standard is applied by the Commission (Sasol and Others)

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On July 11, 2014 in Sasol and Others v European Commission , the General Court considered whether a presumption providing for the liability of parent companies due to the anti-competitive conduct of their subsidiary constituted an error of law and whether an incorrect legal standard had been (...)

Robert Miklós Babirad The EU Court of Justice accepts the application of a strict presumption under EU law providing for the liability of a parent company, which holds all of a subsidiary’s capital shares (FLS Plast)

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On June 19, 2014, in FLS Plast A/S v European Commission the European Court of Justice considered application of a strict rebuttable presumption under EU Law, which provides for a parent company to be held liable for its subsidiary’s anti-competitive market conduct, where the parent company (...)

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