Under EU competition law which interest prevails, at what conditions and to what extent? Who takes, and how, this decision? These are the questions addressed by this article. The theme underlying this study is the relationship between the boundaries of competition law and the choice between conflicting interests. It is a extremely wide and articulated topic. The purpose here is simply to follow a reading of competition law that sketches across this field of law – from Treaty rules to enforcement – some of the various forms of conflicts-of-interest resolution. The analysis will focus, not so much on the merits of the choice made, but on the legal devise used to achieve and support that choice.

The choice between conflicting interests in EU competition law

ORTINO, Matteo
2012

Abstract

Under EU competition law which interest prevails, at what conditions and to what extent? Who takes, and how, this decision? These are the questions addressed by this article. The theme underlying this study is the relationship between the boundaries of competition law and the choice between conflicting interests. It is a extremely wide and articulated topic. The purpose here is simply to follow a reading of competition law that sketches across this field of law – from Treaty rules to enforcement – some of the various forms of conflicts-of-interest resolution. The analysis will focus, not so much on the merits of the choice made, but on the legal devise used to achieve and support that choice.
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EU competition law; conflict resolution; interests
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