European Business Law Review

Volume 23 (2012)

Volume 23 (2012) / Issue 6

Mads Andenas, Kåre Lilleholt, 'Remedies and Substantive Law – European Dimensions of Economic and Private Law' (2012) 23 European Business Law Review, Issue 6, pp. 861–912

Keywords:
private law, breaches of EU law, principles of European private law, competition, public procurement, intellectual property, free movement, remedies, injunctions, termination of contrac, damages, restitution

Abstract

The topic is the private law consequences of breaches of EU law as developed in legislation and case law, and the links with ongoing efforts to establish principles and model rules of European private law. The fields covered in the discussions included competition law, public procurement law, intellectual property law and rules on free movement, with remedies ranging from injunctions and termination of contract to damages and restitution. The papers confirm the underlying assumption that there is a need to develop general doctrines and principles of remedies in EU law and national law.

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ISSN: 0959-6941
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