YARS, vol. 2019, 12(20) published
The second 2019 issue of Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (YARS) is now available on-line at www.yars.wz.uw.edu.pl. Authors analyse several aspects of ECN+ Directive in the context of the challenges faced in Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia. The topics discussed include independence of competition authorities, due process, effectiveness of enforcement, leniency and collective action. Professors Grzegorz Materna and Anna Piszcz co-edited this issue.
The newest issue of YARS, vol. 2019, 12(19) published
It is our pleasure to inform that the newest issue of Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory (YARS), 2019, 12(19) is now available on-line at www.yars.wz.uw.edu.pl The issue covers diverse topics including judicial review of fines in EU competition law, network neutrality, energy security and exchange of information in the context of digital markets.
Debate on the principle of fair trial in antitrust proceedings
We cordially invite you to the debate held under the patronage of CARS, organized as part of the Women @ CompetitionCEE initiative, on the principle of fair trial in antitrust proceedings. The debate will take place on November 29, 2019 (Friday).
iKAR No. 6/2019 has just been published
It is our pleasure to inform that iKAR No. 6/2019 has just been published. Its editors are Prof. Maciej Bernatt from the European Economic Law Chair of the Warsaw University Faculty of Management, Member of the iKAR Board of Editors, and Dr. Magdalena Gniadziak. The published texts of this volume are related to changes of the institutional framework of competition law system in the light of ECN+ directive.
Maciej Bernatt nominated as a Director of ASCOLA Regional Chapter
CARS joins Jean Monnet Network on Enforcement of EU Law
We are happy to inform that the Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies of University of Warsaw (CARS) is part of newly established Jean Monnet Network on Enforcement of EU Law (EULEN). Together with the Bocconi University we are responsible for the competition law part of the project. Network consists of leading European universities and includes: Bocconi University, King’s College London, the University of Luxembourg, the University of Deusto, Utrecht University, the University of Bonn, the University of Warsaw, the University of Zurich, the University of Castilla-La Mancha. More information is available here.
iKAR No. 5/2019 has just been published
It is our pleasure to inform that iKAR No. 4/2019 has just been published. Its editors are Dr. Marzena Czarnecka from the Law and Insurance Chair of the University of Economics in Katowice, the Laurrate of the CARS Scintific Award 2019, the member of the iKAR Board of Editors, as well as Marcin Kraśniewski from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Łódż. The texts in this volume are related to the current legal and economic problems of regulation and security of energy markets.
iKAR No. 4/2019 has just been published
It is our pleasure to inform that iKAR No. 4/2019 has just been published. Its editor is Prof. Agata Jurkowska-Gomułka from the Faculty of Administration and Social Sciences of the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszów. The texts in this volume are related to the current legal problems of vertical agreements prohibition.
ASCOLA Conference 2019. Award for Prof. SKOCZNY
14th ASCOLA Conference nt. CHALLENGES TO ASSUMPTIONS AT THE BASIS OF COMPETITION LAW took place in Aix-en-Provance (France) on 27-29 June 2019.
During the Conference Prof. Dr. Tadeusz Skoczny, CARS Director, was Awarded for Special Contribution for ASCOLA.
iKAR No. 3/2019 has just been published
It is our pleasure to inform you that iKAR No. 3/2019 has just been published. Its editor is dr Mateusz Chołodecki (Public Economic Law Chair, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań). The texts in this volume are related to the current legal problems of telecommunications, post and audiovisual media sectors. Please feel free to have a look