*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Ex-post competition law control and violation of competition provisions Dominique BERLIN 1. The last topic chosen by the organizers of this day should allow to take stock of the litigation relating to "texts and decisions" that infringe competition law. In a way, it is the logical continuation of two of the previous round tables. Indeed, insofar as the texts, in their elaboration, did not sufficiently take into account the imperatives of competition law, and/or the activity of public authorities, as economic operators, and are thus likely to raise competition problems, the question of knowing if the texts which frame or govern this activity are compatible
CONFERENCE - ENTRETIENS DU CONSEIL D’ETAT - PARIS - 07 MAI 2010
Conference - Public authorities and competition : Ex-post competition law control and violation of competition provisions (Round Table IV - Paris, 7 May 2010)
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