Now available – Issue 3/2018 of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe)!

The Online World and Its Challenges to Competition and Regulatory Frameworks is the focus of the new issue 3/2018 of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe). This special issue, developed together with the European University Institute (EUI), offers insightful articles on topics such as: the paradox of discretionary competition law, updating the ECN for the challenges of the online world, and freedom of expression and ISP liability in the Digital Single Market.
Also in CoRe 3/2018: reports from Austria, Germany and Romania, case annotation of the General Court’s T-194/13 UPS v Commission and book reviews.

 

Take a glance at the table of contents or visit our webshop:

GUEST EDITORIAL
The Online World and Its Challenges to Competition and Regulatory
by Prof Pier Luigi Parcu

ARTICLE
Expressions on Platforms: Freedom of Expression and ISP Liability in the European Digital Single Market
by Giovanni De Gregorio

REPORT
Austria / Germany: Joint Guidance on Transaction-Value Thresholds
by Heinrich Kühnert

CASE NOTE
The Role of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in Safeguarding the Administrative Procedure of EU Merger Control
by Vasiliki Fasoula

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Established in 2002, Lexxion offers professional journals, books, and events closely related to legal practice. Lexxion’s products cover topics such as Competition law, State aid law, Public Procurement, Public-Private Partnerships, EU Funds, Food Law, Chemical law and Climate Law at the European level. In 2013 we have launched the State Aid Uncovered blog as a Lexxion imprint, in 2018 the CoRe Blog followed.

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