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Shining a Light on the Interface between EU and National Law in the Private Enforcement of the EU Competition Rules (C-724/17 Skanska and C-637/17 Cogeco)

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/core/2019/3/14

David van Wamel


Case C-724/17 Vataan Kaupunki v Skanska Industrial Solutions Oy, NCC Industry Oy and Asfaltmix Oy, Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union of 14 March 2019
Reference for a preliminary ruling — Competition — Article 101 TFEU — Compensation for the damage caused by a cartel— Determination of the undertakings liable to provide compensation — Succession of legal entities — Concept of ‘undertaking’ — Economic continuity test
Case C-637/17 Cogeco Communications Inc. v Sport TV Portugal SA, Controlinveste-SGPS SA and NOS-SGPS SA, Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union of 28 March 2019
Reference for a preliminary ruling — Article 102 TFEU — Principles of equivalence and effectiveness — Directive 2014/104/EU — Article 9(1) — Article 10(2) to (4) — Articles 21 and 22 — Actions for damages under national law for infringements of the competition law provisions of the Member States and of the EU — Effects of national decisions — Limitation periods — Transposition — Temporal application

David van Wamel, LLM, research assistant at the Europa Institute of Leiden University. The author likes to thank Ben van Rompuy, Assistant Professor of Competition Law at the Europa Institute of Leiden Law School, for his assistance and feedback. For correspondence: <mailto:d.r.van.wamel@leidenuniv.nl>.

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