The Applicable Law in Cross-Border Competition Law Actions and Article 6(3) of Regulation 864/2007

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Abstract

This article examines the private international law issue of choice of law in private litigation to enforce EU Competition Law before domestic Member State courts. It questions the theoretical basis of the EU private international law and the practical suitability of this law. Various refroms are also suggested.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCross-Border EU Competition Law Actions
EditorsMihail Danov, Florian Becker, Paul Beaumont
Place of PublicationOxford, UK.
PublisherHart Publishing
Pages297-328
Number of pages31
ISBN (Print)9781849463744 , 1849463743
Publication statusPublished - 18 Jun 2013

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International Law
Litigation

Keywords

  • competition law
  • private international law,
  • private enforcement

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Arts and Humanities(all)

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Fitchen, J. M. C. (2013). The Applicable Law in Cross-Border Competition Law Actions and Article 6(3) of Regulation 864/2007. In M. Danov, F. Becker, & P. Beaumont (Eds.), Cross-Border EU Competition Law Actions (pp. 297-328). Oxford, UK. : Hart Publishing.

The Applicable Law in Cross-Border Competition Law Actions and Article 6(3) of Regulation 864/2007. / Fitchen, Jonathan Michael Christopher.

Cross-Border EU Competition Law Actions. ed. / Mihail Danov; Florian Becker; Paul Beaumont. Oxford, UK. : Hart Publishing, 2013. p. 297-328.

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Fitchen, JMC 2013, The Applicable Law in Cross-Border Competition Law Actions and Article 6(3) of Regulation 864/2007. in M Danov, F Becker & P Beaumont (eds), Cross-Border EU Competition Law Actions. Hart Publishing, Oxford, UK. , pp. 297-328.
Fitchen JMC. The Applicable Law in Cross-Border Competition Law Actions and Article 6(3) of Regulation 864/2007. In Danov M, Becker F, Beaumont P, editors, Cross-Border EU Competition Law Actions. Oxford, UK. : Hart Publishing. 2013. p. 297-328
Fitchen, Jonathan Michael Christopher. / The Applicable Law in Cross-Border Competition Law Actions and Article 6(3) of Regulation 864/2007. Cross-Border EU Competition Law Actions. editor / Mihail Danov ; Florian Becker ; Paul Beaumont. Oxford, UK. : Hart Publishing, 2013. pp. 297-328
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