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Objectives: The decentralized enforcement regime of EU competition law is based on the assumption that the obligation to apply the same Treaty provisions is sufficient to ensure a uniform administration of the law.

Based on a systematic analysis of a large database of cases, it presents empirical evidence indicating that the Commission, EU courts and five national competition authorities have followed very different interpretations of the law when applying Article 101(3)TFEU.

The debate over the types of benefit that can be examined under Article 101(3) TFEU serves as an illustrative example of the struggle between the different competition authorities in shaping the future of EU competition policy.

Speaker: Or Brook, Lecturer of Competition Law. Leeds School of Law.

Discussant: Belén Irisarry, Antitrust and EU Law Lawyer, Clifford Chance

Moderator: Francisco Marcos, Professor of Law, IE Law School. Member of Fide´s Academic Council.



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