Andras G. Inotai

Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (Brussels), Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
General Director

András is a member of the cabinet of Karmenu Vella, European Commissioner. He advises the Commissioner on institutional issues and affairs, justice and home affairs, employment and social policy, regional policy, digital agenda and is in charge of relations with the European Parliament and national parliaments. Previously, András worked in the Competition Directorate General of the European Commission. He first specialised in antitrust cases in the broadband and broadcasting sector and the application of the EC regulatory framework for electronic communications. He then contributed to the development of the strategic direction of DG Competition’s activities in competition law enforcement, competition policy initiatives and competition advocacy as strategic planning and policy co-ordinator. Before joining the European Commission, András was working in the Brussels office of the law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, where he was member of the Antitrust, Competition and Trade Practice Group and specialised in telecommunications, media and technology cases. András taught competition law and regulation in various universities and colleges and frequently publishes articles and studies. He is a member of the Review Board of "Oxford Competition Law" by Oxford University Press. He graduated in Law at the ELTE University of Budapest, and holds a Master’s Degree in European Community Law from the College of Europe in Bruges.

Articles

885 Bulletin

Andras G. Inotai, Dirk Grewe, Stefan Kramer The European Commission requests the Austrian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority to withdraw its draft regulatory measure concerning the market for transit services in the fixed public telephone network in Austria (Telekom Austria)

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"Two recent veto decisions under the new Regulatory framework for electronic communications : The importance of competition law principles in market analysis"* 1. Introduction In October 2004, the Commission exercised its socalled ‘veto power’ under Article 7 of the Directive on a common (...)

Andras G. Inotai, Dirk Grewe, Stefan Kramer The European Commission adopts a veto decision requiring the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority to withdraw its draft regulatory measure concerning the market for access and call origination on public mobile telephone networks in Finland (TeliaSonera)

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"Two recent veto decisions under the new Regulatory framework for electronic communications : The importance of competition law principles in market analysis"* 1. Introduction In October 2004, the Commission exercised its socalled ‘veto power’ under Article 7 of the Directive on a common (...)

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