CONFERENCE: COMPETITION POLICY - ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT - COMPENSATION - DAMAGES

Temporal application of the rules for transposing the “damages” directive (3rd Private Enforcement Conference: The current state of private enforcement in the EU and France - Paris Court of Appeal, March 28th, 2019)

Damages claims for anticompetitive conduct after the Directive 2014/104/EU: Is it (still) worth talking about a private law remedy? Enrico Camilleri Professor, University of Palermo Directive 2014/2014/EU puts the private law remedy of non-contractual liability as the pivot of the entire system of antitrust private enforcement. Neither exhaustive nor containing a “full-harmonization rule,” it promotes the approximation of national laws by introducing a set of substantial and procedural measures, whose main goal is granting the effectiveness of the individual rights to compensation conferred by the antimonopolistic provisions of the TFEU. Many elements, however, induce to wonder about the main features and ultimately the very nature of the remedy by means of which “any person” can claim

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Enrico Camilleri, Fayrouze Masmi-Dazi, Temporal application of the rules for transposing the “damages” directive (3rd Private Enforcement Conference: The current state of private enforcement in the EU and France - Paris Court of Appeal, March 28th, 2019), September 2019, Concurrences Review N° 3-2019, Art. N° 90901, www.concurrences.com

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