Michal Miko

Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) (Ljubljana)
Member of ACER

Michal Miko has been a member of ACER since 2013. Currently, he is a legal advisor in the ACER Market Monitoring Department with a particular focus on REMIT. Prior to that, he was an associate at the Bratislava office of Kinstellar with an in-depth experience in competition and energy law. Before joining Kinstellar he was a trainee at the European Commission where he was a member of the antitrust case team dealing with energy and environmental sectors. He graduated from the University of Liege in competition and intellectual property law where he gained his LL.M. degree (Thesis : Article 82 EC in the Energy Sector : the most effective tool to enhance the competition ?). He speaks Slovak, English and French.


3732 Bulletin

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 Distribúcia (...)

Michal Miko, Zuzana Hodonova The Slovak Regional Court in Bratislava annuls the Competition Authority’s decisions concerning an agreement restricting competition in the banking sector (Akcenta)


A summary of arguments adopted by the Regional Court in Bratislava (the “Court”) in annulling decisions taken by the Slovak Antimonopoly Office (the “SVK AMO”) concerning an agreement restricting competition in the banking sector. Factual background By its judgments No. 3S 57/2010 of 28 September (...)

Michal Miko, Michal Volný A Slovak Regional Court confirms the Competition Authority’s decision holding as abusive a request of the gas transmission network operator to obtain ownership of the interconnection system build by a gas distribution company (Eustream)


The rationale and argumentats adopted by the Slovak Antimonopoly Office (the "SVK AMO") in a case attracting attention of Slovak competition lawyers that concerned a dominant position has been recently upheld by a judgment. Factual background On 30 June 2010 the Regional Court in Bratislava (...)

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