The European Court of Justice renders a preliminary ruling under article 234 EC considering issues raised in the European Commission’s Green Paper on antitrust damages actions (Manfredi)

"The Manfredi judgment of the ECJ and how it relates to the Commission’s initiative on EC antitrust damages actions"*The reactions to the Green Paper On 20th December 2005, the Commission published a Green Paper on damages actions for breach of the EC antitrust rules [1]. The Green Paper has been met with broad interest in the antitrust community: it has been discussed at a number of conferences both in Europe and abroad, and has also stimulated debate at the OECD, the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee, and in the parliaments of various EU Member States. This high level of interest is also reflected in the substantial number of responses to the Green Paper. At the time of writing, the Commission has received 147 submissions, of which 49 are from

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Eddy de Smijter, Denis O'Sullivan, The European Court of Justice renders a preliminary ruling under article 234 EC considering issues raised in the European Commission’s Green Paper on antitrust damages actions (Manfredi), 13 July 2006, e-Competitions July 2006, Art. N° 36562

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