CLaSF & University of Luxembourg Conference on ‘Competition and State Aid Litigation – The Effect of Procedures on Substance’
The Competition Law Scholars Forum, which is currently in its tenth year, has just announced a Call for Papers for its 1st International Conference, jointly hosted with the University of Luxembourg. The Conference will focus on competition law and State aid litigation.
Papers are invited from scholars, regulators and practitioners on any of these issues or other topics which fall generally within the broad theme of “Competition and State Aid Litigation”.
Suggestions are invited in the field of the following matters:
- Enforcement of competition and State aid law before European and national courts;
- Judicial remedies in competition and State aid law;
- Procedural law and litigation including
- The influence of the reform of the EU court structure;
- The influence of the reform of the State aid procedures for judicial review;
- The preliminary ruling mechanism and competition law;
- The intensity State aid control before the national courts;
The conference will consist of a mix of invited speakers and contributions chosen following this call for papers.
Any person interested in being considered on the basis of the call for papers at the conference is asked to contact the Vice-Chair of CLaSF, Professor Barry Rodger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An abstract is required of approximately 500-1,000 words, to be submitted by no later than Monday 29 April 2013, and decisions on successful submissions will be taken by 9 May 2013. Submission of presentation/draft paper is also required a week prior to the workshop.
The full Call can be found on the CLaSF website: