The second session allows studying the functions of the undertaking in the relationships between the legal systems in competition matter. It appears that it plays a role of interface in the relations between the European Union and its Member States both in antitrust law (Pr. Chone-Grimaldi, Mr. Godiveau) and in State Aids law (Pr. Delaunay). However, it is the origin of difficulties in developing an international competition law whose contemporary originality it contributes to explain (Mrs. Tardieu).
*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Enterprise as the interface between the European Union and the Member States: Antitrust Law Anne-Sophie Choné-Grimaldi Professor of Private Law, University of Caen Basse-Normandie Grégory Godiveau Senior Lecturer in Public Law, University of Caen Basse-Normandie Research Centre for Fundamental Rights and Legal Developments (EA2132)
1. Is it possible to define the relationship between the public and private spheres? This is in any case difficult to do, given the multitude of functional, organic and material criteria of competition law that should be used in their analysis.
2. Firstly, competition law gives pride of place to the functional dimension of the