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A Proposal to join the ‘’e-Competitions 2007-2008 Project’’ Academic Partners September, 19, 2007 : 

A Proposal to join the ‘’e-Competitions 2007-2008 Project’’ Academic Partners September, 19, 2007

What is The e-Competitions Project ?: 

What is The e-Competitions Project ? e-Competitions is : (i) the first European national competition laws data base (ii) European-wide research programs (iii) a news e-bulletin on national competition laws. This document is a proposal to join The e-Competitions 2007-2008 Project made to a selection of new Academic Partners.

Summary: 

Summary 1. What’s the purpose of the Project? 2. What can you find in the data base? 3. Who are the authors? 4. Our Boards and Editorial Policy 5. Join the 2007-2008 Project: Our proposal

1. Aim: Easing European-wide academic research…: 

1. Aim: Easing European-wide academic research… The e-Competitions Project concentrates on national European competition laws, not EU law. Why ? There is today no reliable source of information on these texts and decisons: The official Europa website has less than 100 cases, and only Courts’ decisions Texts and decisions can be found only in their original language with no English commentary or translation. The e-Competitions Project is to date the sole remedy to the scarcity of ressources on national European competition texts and decisions. It provides: Comments in English of texts and decisions of both national Courts and NCAs Original text of the decisions A search engine on a dedicated website.

2. Contents: 780 texts and cases…: 

2. Contents: 780 texts and cases… New texts and decisions (since 2004) - Anticompetitive Practices - Unilateral Practices - State Aids - Procedures - Mergers (since 2007) - Regulations (since 2007) Research programs Damages Decisions (1995-2007) State Aids: Art. 88.3 EC Decisions (1989-2007) Criminal Competitions decisions (2001-2007) National decisions implementing ECJ Preliminary rulings (in process)

Contents: 

Contents As of 19 September 2007: The data base contains more than 780 articles (+ original cases and texts) 32 European States covered 517 authors 11 Academic Partners 13 Corporate Partners 12 000 visits per month Total of 697 183 visits.

3. The Authors network: 

3. The Authors network The e-Competitions Authors Network is a mix composed of leading academics, PhD students, CFI référendaires, private practitioners and economists. e-Competitions is a Web 2.0 project as authors are both the main providers and users of the website. The site is designed to offer a prima facie place to authors, thus being a good team building tool. The Authors’ Browser provide each author with number of articles written, number of individual visits for each articles and total number of visits (+ CV, photo and e-mail for direct contact).

Academic Partners (2007): 

Academic Partners (2007) - College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium - Faculty of law (ADFI), Geneva, Switzerland - Global Competition Law Centre (GCLC), Bruges, Belgium - Gutenberg Mainz University, Germany - King’s College London, UK - K.U. Leuven (Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT), Belgium - Maine University (Groupement de Recherches en Droit des Affaires), France - Marseille-Aix University, France - Paris I-Sorbonne University (Centre de Recherches sur l’Union Européenne), France - Queen Mary London (Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy), UK - University College London (Jevons Institute for Competition Law and Economics), UK

Main Corporate Partners (2007): 

Main Corporate Partners (2007) - Allen & Overy (Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris, London, Madrid, Rome) - Debevoise & Plimpton (Paris, Vienna, Warsaw) - Freshfields (Amsterdam, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Paris, London, Madrid, Moscow, Rome, Sofia, Vienna) - Gide Loyrette Nouel (Brussels, Budapest, Istambul,Moscow, Paris, Prague, Warsaw) - Hogan & Hartson (Athens, Budapest, Dublin, London, Paris, Warsaw) - LECG (Berlin, Paris, London, Madrid) - Lovells (Berlin, Budapest, Brussels, Paris, London, Madrid, Rome, Warsaw) - White & Case (Berlin, Copenhaguen, Helsinki, Istambul, Paris, London, Oslo, Rome, Stockholm) + Local niche firms in Netherlands, Romania, Switzerland, Turkey…

Main individual Authors (2007): 

Main individual Authors (2007) Dr. Bálint Bassola (Hungarian Competition Authority) Tristan Baumet (CFI Référendaire) Gabriel Bleser (formerly Luxembourg Competition Authority) Pablo Ibanez Colomo (Europa College Academic Assistant) Sally Jansen (CFI Legal Assistant) Cathelyn Lafleur (former CFI Legal assistant) Orla Lynskey (Europa College Academic Assistant) Aitor Montessa (CFI Référendaire) Jan Prevratil (CFI Référendaire) Hanns Pether Nehl (CFI Référendaire)…

4. Boards and Editorial policy : 

4. Boards and Editorial policy The Advisory Board The Editorial Board Editorial Policy In the Editorial Board sit the persons in charge of the Authors’ teams, i.e. Professors from the Academic Partners and Laywers or Economists from the Corporate Partners. There is no author at the Advisory Board but Judges and Professors sitting as advisors.

Members of the Advisory Board: 

Members of the Advisory Board Sir Christopher BELLAMY Former President of the Competition Appeal Tribunal, London Damaso Juiz Jarabo Colomer, Advocate General, ECJ Frederic Jenny, OECD Competition Committee Alain Levasseur, Professor, Baton Rouge - Louisiana State University Irena Pelikanova, Judge, ECJ Miguel Mendes Pereira, Portuguese Competition Authority Jacqueline Riffault-Silk, Judge, Paris Court of Appeal Denis Waelbroeck, Professor, Brussels Free University Eriko Watanabe, Professor, University of Tokyo Wouter Wils, European Commission, Legal Service

Members of the Editorial Board: 

Members of the Editorial Board David EVANS Professor, University College, London Christian Bovet, Professor, Faculty of law (ADFI), Geneva Jean-Yves Cherot, Professor, Aix-en Provence University Michel Debroux, Hogan & Hartson Jacques Derenne, Lovells Wouter Devroe, Professor, CCLE, KU Leuven Jerome Philippe, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Olivier Freget, Allen & Overy Damien Geradin, Professor, Europa College, Bruges Antoine Gosset-Grainville, Gide Loyrette Nouel Ioannis Kokkoris, London University Jean-Patrice de la Laurencie, White & Case Noel Lenoir, Debevoise & Plimpton Ioannis Lianos, Jevons Institute, University College London Anne-Marie Luciani, Senior Lecturer, Maine University David Spector, Economist, CNRS - MAPP Peggy Valcke, Professor, ICRI, KU Leuven Richard Whish, Professor, King’s College, London

Slide14: 

Author’s own opinion: The views expressed in the comments are those of the individual authors and are not to be taken as representing the views of their firm or institution nor the views of the e-Competitions Boards. Editorial Independence: Authors who have been or are still linked to a specific case should refrain from commenting upon such cases for the purposes of e-Competitions. Any link with an interested party should be disclosed. Financial independence: Financial ressources are threefold: i) Subscriptions; ii) Licences; iii) Corporate Partner’s fees. No Corporate Partner’s fee should represent more than 20 % of the Project’s turnover. Editorial Policy

5. Join the Project: 

5. Join the Project Join the e-Competitions 2007 Project as an Academic Author. This Project offers you specific opportunities: Being associated to an European wide research programm with leading Academic and Corporate Partners Ensuring maximum dissemination of your articles through the Net Benefiting of unlimited free access to the e-Competitions data base Attending freely to all e-Competitions events (Brussels and Paris) Meeting the Board Members at the 2007 & 2008 annual conferences

Slide16: 

How many case comments would we have to write? At least 4 to 6 articles per author & per year, to be discussed and assessed with the authors’ team global capacity. How long are the case comments? Between 2/5 Word p. (5/10 000 signs). On which jurisdictions? This depends of your team language abilities (European countries only). On which subjects? Texts and cases on Anticompetitive and Unilateral practices, Mergers, State Aids, Procedural issue, and text and cases in regulated industries (telecommunications, audiovisual, post, electricity, gas, water...). How long would be the Partnership? At least one year, renewable on the basis of a common assesment; Long-standing relationships are valued. How much is it paid? 30 € per article + free access to the data base + free conferences entrance. These royalties are paid by Corporate Partners and subscriptions. FAQs

Try it…: 

Try it… Use these temporary codes to browse the e-Competitions data base: Login: available on request only Password available on request only Pay special attention to the following sections: Academic & Corporate Partners page: View the different authors teams and the number of visits for each of them http://www.concurrences.com/partenaires_bulletin.php3?lang=en Authors Page: Individual visits rates and website visits http://www.concurrences.com/bulletin_auteurs.php3?lang=en Advanced search: Browse the data base by countries, key words… http://www.concurrences.com/recherche_avancee.php3?lang=en

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