On 15 September 2022, the Civil Court of Milan rejected in its entirety a claim brought by Iliad, seeking compensation for the damages allegedly caused by a competitor’s unfair market conduct, and condemned the claimant to pay the litigation expenses. The full judgement was issued in April 2023.
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Lear, together with E.CA Economics, Sheppard Mullin and University of East Anglia, was appointed by the European Commission to carry out a study to assist in the revision the Community guidelines on State aid for railway undertakings. The study addresses four areas: the status of rail infrastructure; accessibility and costs pertaining to rolling stock; profitability and demand elasticity of rail freight services; and effectiveness of State support measures.
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We are pleased to announce the second edition of the LCF, this year as an in-person event.
LCF22 offers an opportunity to discuss recent trends in competition law and economics, and to network with key players in the field. Participants will take part to a 3-day international event involving law firms, international organisations, leading scholars, and practitioners, senior representatives of competition authorities, companies’ executives and more!
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Lear is providing technical assistance to the Jamaica’s Fair Trading Commission (“FTC”) to strengthen its skills on competition advocacy. The main objectives of the assignment are to perform an assessment of the effectiveness of past FTC’s advocacy initiatives, to develop a new competition advocacy strategy and to build capacity within the FTC to pursue its advocacy objectives. Continue reading Competition Advocacy: a new strategy and capacity building programme for the Jamaican Fair Trading Commission →
The fourth edition of the Trento Summer School on Advanced EU Competition Law & Economics will take place in Moena (Italian Dolomites) from 17th to 24th June 2018.
This event is organized by the Osservatorio Permanente sull’Applicazione delle Regole di Concorrenza and provides the opportunity to deepen the relationship between competition law and economics by anlayzing competition rules from both a theoretical and empirical perspective. Continue reading Paolo at Trento Summer School 2018 →
Banca d’Italia and Consiglio di Stato organized a conference on “Administrative Justice and demands of the economic system”, which took place at Koch Palace in Rome on 6th June. Paolo Buccirossi has taken part to a roundtable discussing the role of economic analysis within administrative proceedings. Continue reading Paolo Buccirossi intervening at a conference organized by Banca d’Italia →
The programme, organized by the Erasmus Mundus Law and Economics Consortium, provides the unique opportunity for interdisciplinary studies of law and economics at two or three European and non-European universities.
More info on EMILE can be found here