Competition law of the European Union
|Kod przedmiotu:||2200-1CWPM51-ERA||Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||10.0 / (0421) Prawo|
|Nazwa przedmiotu:||Competition law of the European Union|
|Jednostka:||Wydział Prawa i Administracji|
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||
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The lecture will provide students with an overview of essentials features of the EU competition law. It will cover both classic anti-trust topics (restrictive agreements and abuse of a dominant position), as well as merger control issues.
Scope of the course covers the following areas:
- Genesis of European competition law;
- Terminology used In competition law;
- Fundamental principles of functioning of the EU market;
- Competences of the European Commission and national competition authorities empowered to enforce the EU competition law;
- Interactions between the European Commission and national competition authorities and national courts
- Legislations constituting a body of EU competition law;
- Types of anticompetitive agreements and methodology of their assessment applied by the European Commission and the European Courts, with emphasis on horizontal and vertical arrangements;
- Individual assessment, block exemptions and de minimis rules;
- Private enforcement of EU competition rules;
- European leniency programme applied by the European Commission;
- Control of concentrations in the EU.
- Whish R., Competition Law, Oxford 2009;
- Bellamy C., Child G., Materials on European Community Law of Competition, Oxford 2008;
- Bellamy C., Child G., EU Law of Competition, Oxford 2008.
Participation in the class "European Institutional Law" will allow students to understand a wide spectrum of issues relating to the functioning of the European Union. The class gives an insight in legal aspects of the European integration and it covers practical aspects of dealings of European institutions and the Member States. The class will familiarize students with legislative framework of the EU law, as well as with selected decisions of the European institutions and judgements of the EU courts. The course will enable students to understand and discuss abort actual challenges occurring on the EU.
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Assessment methods and criteria were worked out on the basis of assessment of a progress that students make in course of the class. The main criterion regards a level of student involvement and interest in topics discussed during the lecture, including active participation in the course, a way of expressing views, ability to conduct own analysis, etc. Also results of regular (occurring every week) colloquies and regular participation in classes are assessment criteria.
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Warszawski.