Csongor István Nagy

Szeged University
Lawyer (Associate Professor)

Csongor István Nagy is professor of law at and the head of the Department of Private International Law at the University of Szeged. He is admitted to the Budapest Bar and arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Budapest. He is recurrent visiting professor at the Central European University (Budapest/New York), the Sapientia University of Transylvania (Romania) and the Riga Graduate School of Law (Latvia). He is associate member at the Centre for Private International Law at the University of Aberdeen. He had visiting appointments in New York (Cornell University), the Hague (Asser Institute), Munich (twice, Max Planck Institute), Hamburg (Max Planck Institute), Edinburgh (University of Edinburgh), London (British Institute of International and Comparative Law), Bloomington, Indiana (Indiana University), Brisbane, Australia (TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland) and the China-EU School of Law, Beijing. He has more than 180 publications in English, French, German, Hungarian, Romanian and (in translation) in Croatian and Spanish. His works have been widely cited, for instance, in European Court of Justice cases and by Hungarian courts.

Articles

6051 Bulletin

Csongor István Nagy The Hungarian Competition Office stops a cartel investigation due to blocking legislation: can national law suppress a cartel investigation that affects inter-state trade? (Watermelon cartel)

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Facts Various Hungarian supermarkets and agricultural organisations, under the auspices of the Hungarian Ministry for Rural Development, fixed the prices of watermelons and agreed not to market imported watermelons. Procedural history After the institution of the competition proceeding, the (...)

Csongor István Nagy The Hungarian Supreme Court declares a document acquired from an unspecified source as admissible in a bid-rigging case concerning tenders published by the Municipality of Budapest for construction and renovation works (Betonút)

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Facts The Hungarian Competition Office (HCO) established that the defendants engaged in bid-rigging concerning certain tenders published by the Municipality of Budapest for construction and renovation works (roads, bridges) and imposed fines. The key evidence was a hand-written document that (...)

Csongor István Nagy The Hungarian Competition Authority refuses to condemn for dominant position the postal incumbent’s conduct due to the lack of palpable market effects (Magyar Posta)

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The Hungarian Competition Office refused to condemn the defendant’s conduct in a dominant position case due to the lack of palpable market effects. The behaviour would have admittedly amounted to an abuse in case of perceptible market consequences. However, in the absence of such impairment to (...)

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