Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Nicolas Petit, University of Liege Law offers his thoughts on Remedies for Coordinated Effects Under the EU Merger Regulation.
ABSTRACT: The present article discusses remedies for coordinated effects under the EU Merger Regulation. To this end, it is divided in three parts. Part I reviews the remedies applied to date by the Commission in coordinated effects cases (I). Part II discusses the substantive standard against which such remedies are evaluated (II). Part III underlines a number of practical difficulties which arise when merging parties devise remedies to allay the Commission’s coordinated effects concerns (III).