8th February 2011
This event will discuss the OFT's enforcement record on the chapter II prohibition CA98 / Article 102 TFEU and will aim to shed light on the following issues:
â¢ How does the OFT's record compare with other jurisdictions, and could it be that the OFT is missing cases?
â¢ How should the OFT prioritise chapter II / Article 102 cases?
â¢ The (enforcement) gap between law and economics - 'The Courts vs the Guidance'
â¢ The 'minor significance dilemma' - do we need more Cardiff Buses?
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