KU Leuven

Peggy Valcke

KU Leuven
Professor of Law & Vice-Dean Researcher

Peggy Valcke is professor of law & technology at KU Leuven and vice dean research at the Leuven Faculty of Law & Criminology. She is co-director of CiTiP, executive committee member of Leuven.AI, and principal investigator in the Security & Privacy Department of imec (previously iMinds). She has taken up positions as visiting and part-time professor at Tilburg University (Netherlands; 2009-2018); Bocconi University Milan (Italy; 2018-2019), the European University Institute in Florence (Italy; 2014), and Central European University in Budapest (Hungary; 2006-2007).

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Articles

11776 Bulletin

Peggy Valcke The Brussels Court of Appeal confirms the functional interpretation of the notion of ’undertaking’ stressing that it is a relative concept (International Gemmological Institute)

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Background information The International Gemmological Institute ‘IGI’ (one of the world’s largest independent gem certification and appraisal institute having its head office in Antwerp) filed a claim for injunction (on the basis of Art. 95 Unfair Trade Practices Law) before the Antwerp court (...)

Dieter Gillis, Peggy Valcke The Belgian Competition Authority concludes that the joint selling of media rights is in line with the decision practice of the EU Commission and is not infringing Art. 81(1) EC (Jupiler League / Belgacom Skynet)

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On 29 July 2005 the Belgian Competition Council approved the award of TV broadcasting rights by the Liga Beroepsvoetbal (“LBV”) to Belgacom Skynet, since there was no infringement of Art. 81 EC. The Council has found that the broadcasting rights of matches of the Belgian first (and second) (...)

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Laurent Garzaniti, Matthew O’Regan, Alexandre de Streel, Peggy Valcke Electronic Communications, Audiovisual Services and the Internet: EU Competition Law and Regulation (ed.4), Laurent GARZANITI, Matthew O’REGAN, Alexandre DE STREEL and Peggy VALCKE

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This section selects books on themes related to competition laws and economics. This compilation does not attempt to be exhaustive but rather a survey of themes important in the area. The survey usually covers publication over the last three months after publication of the latest issue of (...)

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