Online meeting (III) Collective redress mechanism
The online meeting is a special instrument whereby EU judges dealing with competition cases can interact with each other and discuss challenges and ideas in the field of private enforcement of competition law.
How does it work?
If you are part of the target group of the project, i.e. national judges dealing with competition cases at national level, including prosecutors, apprentice national judges and the legal staff of the judges’ offices or of national courts from EU Member States, or if you are a legal scholar or a legal expert in the EU, you can interact with your colleagues from other Member States here through the commentary section.
You will need to follow these steps:
On what topics?
The JustCompetition team, with the assistance of the project`s experts, has opened three online meetings: the one presented here on collective redress mechanisms, one on the principle of full compensation and another one on the practical nature and the difficulties of private enforcement.
Themes proposed by Liam McKechnie.
If you are part of the target group and you are registered on the website, you will be able to post your questions and thoughts in the field of competition law in the commentary section. You can start discussions with your colleagues from other Member States on any topic related to the enforcement of competition law.
Please read the following notes:
(1) The commentary section is available only for those registered on the platform.
(2) There is a delay to be expected between the time you post your comment and the moment it will appear on the website. The comment has to be first validated by our moderators.
(3) Please refrain from using inappropriate language. Any comment that reflects inappropriate or intolerant language will be deleted.
(4) Please use an institutional email address when registering. The moderators of this platform retain the right to delete without notice any user account that has not been registered with an institutional address.
(5) Please write your comments in English.