Competition Law in Leisure Markets
The 23rd CLaSF Workshop
Friday 26 September 2014 , IE Centre for European Studies, C/Serrano 105, Madrid.
If you are interested in attending please contact the CES <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Places are limited therefore early booking is advised.
10:00-11:40 First Session.
Of Books and
Online Agencies: How can EU competition
law be applied so as to safeguard quality
and diversity in the publishing markets?
Google’s Anti-competitive and Unfair
Practices in Digital Leisure Markets
Up in the Air: Enforcing Competition Law
through Commitment Decisions
12:00-13:15 Second Session.
Rugby Union: a cartel?
Spanish ‘soccer war’: antitrust litigation
over broadcasting rights
14.30-16.15 Third Session.
Challenge to EUFA Financial Fair Play: A
New Era After Bosman or just a washout?
The break-even rule of the UEFA Financial
Fair Play Rules under EU Competition Law
“You’re either with us or against us” The
role of EU competition law in tackling
abusive conduct by sports associations
16.35-17.45 Fourth Session.
Madrid case: A state aid case (un)like any
Entertainment made in Spain: Competition
in the bullfighting industry
17.45 Close of Proceedings. Postworkshop drinks.
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