Droit antitrust de l’Union européenne et droits fondamentaux des entreprises. Approche contentieuse, Mathieu LE SOUDEER

Mathieu Le Soudéer

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Here is the publication of the thesis of Mr Mathieu Le Soudeer, defended in 2017 at the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II). The author highlights, in a first part, the progressive emergence of the control of fundamental rights in the procedures applicable to anti-competitive practices, insisting on the fact that such control is guided by "the imperative of efficiency of procedures". The second part of the book analyses the strengthening of judicial control over the Commission’s powers as influenced by fundamental rights, in particular in the light of the right to a fair trial but also of other fundamental rights (presumption of innocence, equal treatment, motivation, etc.). A book which "will be a landmark in both academic and business circles", to quote the preface by Professor Picod, who is also the director of the thesis.

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Stéphane Rodrigues, Droit antitrust de l’Union européenne et droits fondamentaux des entreprises. Approche contentieuse, Mathieu LE SOUDEER, May 2019, Concurrences N° 2-2019, Art. N° 90071, p. 264

Publisher Bruylant

Date 3 April 2019

Number of pages 986

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