Episode 19 – A discussion on the scope and legal implications of International Cartels
30th May 2018 • LawPod • Queen's University - School of Law
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Dr Marek Martyniszyn joins second year QUB Law Student, Michael Sheerin, to explore the highly topical issue of International Cartels which have far reaching negative implications for potentially millions of consumers. Marek draws upon his extensive research and expertise in this area to help explain the means by which they are able to operate, the unique problems they present to both domestic markets and the international legal order as well as highlighting potential remedies for this very real problem. http://ec.europa.eu/competition/international/bilateral/agreement_eu_ch_en.pdf http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-16-2582_en.htm https://www.gov.uk/government/news/man-charged-in-cma-criminal-cartel-investigation https://www.out-law.com/en/articles/2015/april/eu-court-confirms-210m-fine-for-lg-over-lcd-panels-cartel-/ https://www.steptoeantitrustblog.com/2017/09/eu-court-justice-finally-delivers-landmark-judgment-intel-case/ Marek Martyniszyn, 'Export Cartels: Is it Legal to Target Your Neighbour? Analysis in Light of Recent Case Law', 15(1) Journal of International Economic Law 181 (2012) Marek Martyniszyn,'Foreign State’s Entanglement in Anticompetitive Conduct', 40(2) World Competition 299 (2017) Marek Martyniszyn,'How High (and Far) Can You Go? On Setting Fines in Cartel Cases Involving Vertically-Integrated Undertakings and Foreign Sales', 37(3) European Competition Law Review 99 (2016) Marek Martyniszyn, 'Inter-Agency Evidence Sharing in Competition Law Enforcement', 19(1) International Journal of Evidence and Proof 11 (2015) Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, Competition Law and Policy: Drivers of Economic Growth and Development(2015)