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  •  Title: Group Litigation in European Competition Law: A Law and Economics perspective trans
Author:  Keske, S.E.
Source:  Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Year:  2009
  •  Title: Drie stellingen over privaatrechtelijke handhaving van mededingingsrecht trans
Author:  Zippro, E.J.
Source:  Universiteit Leiden
Published in:  WPNR
Year:  2010
  •  Title: Coherente toerekening in het Europees aansprakelijkheidsrecht. Enkele opmerkingen over toerekening in het discriminatierecht en het mededingingsrecht trans
Author:  Castermans, A.G; Zippro, E.J.
Source:  Universiteit Leiden
Published in:  Vermogensrechtelijke Analyses
Year:  2009
  •  Title: Privaatrechtelijke handhaving van mededingingsrecht trans
Author:  Zippro, E.J.
Source:  Universiteit Leiden
Published in:  Book (monograph) ISBN: 9789013058956
Year:  2009
  •  Title: Ziekenhuisfusies en publieke belangen trans
Author:  Sauter, W., & Canoy, M.F.M.
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  Markt en Mededinging, 12(2), 54-61
Year:  2009
  •  Title: Hospital mergers and the public interest: Recent developments in the Netherlands trans
Author:  Sauter, W., & Canoy, M.F.M.
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  TILEC Discussion Paper Series, 2009/35
Year:  2009
  •  Title: Privaatrechtelijke handhaving van mededingingsrecht trans
Author:  Zippro, Erik-Jan
Source:  Universiteit Leiden
Year:  2008
Abstract:  This thesis discusses the question to what extent and how European and Dutch competition law can be enforced using private law techniques within the Dutch legal system. A principal reason for enquiring into this question is the modernisation and decentralisation of European competition law enforcement. Chapter 2 discusses the objectives and contents of competition law. Chapter 3 considers the main points of the question how the public law enforcement of competition law works. Chapter 4 explores the contours of the different options and developments in the private law enforcement of competition law. Chapter 5 examines the evolution of the role played by the national court in the private law enforcement of competition law. Chapter 6 explores the arbitrator¬ís role in the private law enforcement of competition law. Chapter 7 reviews the award of damages on account of breach of competition law. Chapter 8 examines the role played by collective actions in the private law enforcement of competition law. Chapter 9 explores evidentiary problems in the private law enforcement of competition law and the possible solutions. Chapter 10 discusses several aspects of private international law that could play a role in the private law enforcement of competition law. Chapter 11, finally, contains some concluding observations.
  •  Title: Een nieuwe mededingingsbevoegdheid voor de NZa? Artikel 45 Wmg over ingrijpen in de voorwaarden en de wijze van totstandkomen van overeenkomsten met betrekking tot zorg of tarieven trans
Author:  J. Bijkerk W. Sauter
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Year:  2010
  •  Title: Injunctions at the request of third parties in EU competition law trans
Author:  Cauffman, Caroline
Source:  Universiteit Maastricht
Published in:  Maastricht European Private Law Institute (M-EPLI) Working Paper 05/2011
Year:  2011
Abstract:  The European Commission recently made significant efforts to encourage the private enforcement of EU competition law, by inducing natural and legal persons who suffered damages as a result of competition law infringements, to bring actions for monetary damages before national courts. An important obstacle to the succes of this type of actions is the dificulty to prove and assess the amount of damages. This problem could be evaded by bringing actions for injunctions instead of actions for damages. Surprisingly, however, actions for injunctions have received less attention in the debate as to the private enforcement of competition law. This article investigates the current possibilities to bring actions for such injunctions either in the course of administrative procedures, or in the course of civil procedures and suggests proceeding to the introduction of a harmonized action for the cessation of competition law infringements.
  •  Title: Milieu en mededinging: is milieubescherming alleen een publieke taak of ook onderdeel van de producentenverantwoordelijkheid? trans
Author:  Gronden J.W. van de
Source:  Universiteit Utrecht
Year:  2001
  •  Title: Mededingingsrecht en niet-economische belangen: 2003 het cruciale jaar? trans
Author:  Gronden J.W. van de Mortelmans K.J.M.
Source:  Universiteit Utrecht
Year:  2001
  •  Title: Niet-economische belangen en het mededingingsrecht: het Europese en Nederlandse kader trans
Author:  Gronden J.W. van de
Source:  Universiteit Utrecht
Year:  2001
  •  Title: Mededingingsrecht en gezondheidszorg trans
Author:  Gronden J.W. van de
Source:  Universiteit Utrecht
Year:  2001
  •  Title: The DCFR and the Attempts to Increase the Private Enforcement of Competition Law: Convergences and Divergences trans
Author:  Caroline Cauffman
Source:  Universiteit Maastricht
Published in:  Maastricht European Private Law Institute (M-EPLI) Working Paper 04/2011
Year:  2011
Abstract:  The Draft Common Frame of Reference and the private enforcement of EU competition law are both hot topics in respectively European Private Law and European Competition Law. Both projects may lead to EU legislation in the short to medium term. Although they deal to a certain extent with the same problems, mutual influences seem to have been limited. This contribution intends to increase awareness of the danger this entails for the coherency of a future European private law. The differences between the two projects range from issues of a rather quantitative nature, such as the importance attached to the compensation for damage caused by competition law infringements over fundamental aspects such as the basic structure of non-contractual liability and the functions of this type of liability, to technical aspects such as the duration of the limitation period. However, as is often the case in law, the differences between the two views are not (always) a matter of black and white. Although starting from opposing positions the combination of certain rules, the specifications given in the comments to certain rules of the DCFR or the concessions made by DG Comp after discussion of draft rules sometimes mitigate the initial differences. Yet, they cannot simply be neglected.