Title: Harmonisation of Private Antitrust Enforcement: A Central and European Perspective
Place and date: Supraśl, 29.-30.06.2017
Organisers: University of Białystok., Faculty of Law, Departament of Public Commercial Law, and Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (CARS)
Conference head: Dr hab. Anna Piszcz (UwB)
Participants: ca 50 scholars from countries of the Central and East Europe (including from Poland)
On 29-30 June 2017 2nd International Conference on the Harmonisation of Private Antitrust Enforcement: A Central and Eastern European Perspective organized by the Law Faculty of the University of Białystok and CARS took place in Supraśl. It was devoted to the effects of the implementation of the so-called Damages Directive (2014/104/EU) in Central and Eastern European countries. The preliminary plan of the organisers is that the 3. conference in the series shall take place in 2019 or 2020.
In this year’s conference 35 participants took part, including 11 foreign guests (Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Hungary were represented). The participants received a book published by CARS titled Implementation of the EU Damages Directive in Central and Eastern European Countries, edited by Anna Piszcz, Warsaw 2017, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Management Press. The book contains national reports which describe the implementation of the so-called Damages Directive and covers all the eleven EU Member States from Central and Eastern Europe. The book can be purchased from Faculty Bookshop Tomasz Biel, PL – 02-678 Warszawa, Street Szturmowa 3; tel. (+48) 22 822-90-42; fax (+48) 22 823-64-67; e-mail: email@example.com
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