Seminar concerning the European competition law, organized as a part of the “EU Anti-cartel and Anti-monopoly Law – Training for Romanian Judges” project: 4th - 6th July, Predeal



Bucharest, July 10th 2012


Last week, between the 4th and the 6th of July, the second training seminar for judges in Romanian courts on the subject of competition rights took place.


Thirty-two judges from national tribunals and courts of appeals were present.


Romanian and foreign experts advanced aspects with reference to competition rights, concerning the legislation in Europe, Romania and other member states of the European Union (Great Britain, Italy, Germany, Spain and France).


Seminar pe tema dreptului concurenţei, derulat în cadrul proiectului “EU Anti-cartel and Anti-monopoly Law – Training for Romanian Judges”: 4 - 6 iulie, Predeal


Bucureşti, 10 Iulie 2012


Săptămâna trecută, în perioada 4-6 iulie, s-a desfăşurat la Predeal cel de-al doilea seminar de pregătire al judecătorilor din instanţele româneşti pe teme de dreptul concureţei.


Au fost prezenţi 32 de judecători din cadrul Tribunalelor şi Curţilor de Apel din ţară.


Experţii români şi străini au prezentat aspecte specifice dreptului concurenţei, aspecte legislative la nivel european, românesc şi la nivelul altor ţari membre UE (Marea Britanie, Italia, Germania, Spania și Franța).


Seminar on European competition law organized in the context of the “EU Anti-cartel and Anti-monopoly Law – Training for Romanian Judges” project: May 30th - June 1st, Sinaia


Bucharest, June 5th, 2012

Last week took place the first training seminar of Romanian judges on the subject of competition law.

22 judges from tribunals and courts of appeal were present.


The foreign and Romanian experts presented specific aspects of competition law, as well as legislative aspects in European and Romanian contexts.


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