Antitrust damages decisions in Europe: Foreword of the 2005 edition

In the last few years, competition law has undergone unprecedented reform. Not only has substantive law been fundamentally amended so as to introduce a more economic approach, but also the increased “decentralised enforcement” of the law, as advocated by Council Regulation (EC) n° 1/2003, of 16 December 2002, on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty ([OJEU L 1, 4 January 2003, p. 1-25-prou>http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/pri/en/oj/dat/2003/l_001/l_00120030104en00010025.pdf]), now forces lawyers to take into account developments of the law in each of the 25 Member States. It is, therefore, essential that wide access be given to all the court decisions, rendered in the various Member States, whatever

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Denis Waelbroeck, Antitrust damages decisions in Europe : Foreword of the 2005 edition, 31 mars 2005, e-Competitions Private enforcement, Art. N° 7

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