Seminars for Judges
Lexxion Publisher and Maastricht University have organised two Seminars of Juges on EU Competition law and the Concept of State aid in Brussels . The first seminar is about European Union Competition law and it is planned to take place between 30 November and 1 December 2017 . The second seminar on State aid will be between 4 and 5 December. All national judges are invited and it’s free of charge.
For further information you can check the brochures at the attachments of this announcement.
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Lexxion Publisher and Maastricht University are organising two Advanced Seminars for Judges, organised as part of the project of the Directorate-General for Competition “Training of national judges and judicial cooperation in the field of EU competition law”.
The first seminar is titled “Advanced Seminar on the EU Damages Directive” and is taking place on 30 November & 1 December in Brussels (> See website). This seminar will deal, as the title indicates, with the EU Damages Directive and cover topics such as the Status of implementation of the Directive, private law aspects, economics and markets, economic principles of completion law and the calculation of damages. Moreover the seminar will provide tutorial sessions during which the participants will be actively involved.
The second seminar is titled “Advanced Seminar on EU State Aid Law” and is taking place on 4th and 5th December in Brussels (> See website). This seminar will begin by outlining the concept of State aid and then address the role of national courts and cooperation with the European institutions, further the dealing with illegal and/or incompatible aid will be addressed.
For both seminars, the participants will be actively involved in the seminar. The sessions will combine presentations, tutorial sessions and discussion on practical problems. Participants will have ample opportunities to present their own problematic issues and discuss them with the speakers and participants from other Member States.
For both seminars, participation is free of charge for judges. I have attached the flyer of each of the seminars for you to see.
Should you have any further questions please let me know.