This e-learning course analyses the interpretation of substantive and procedural criminal law concepts. It is a tool designed to facilitate the use by criminal justice practitioners of the broader CJEU case law in criminal cases in which EU law might come into play. The content is structured in 10 key questions, complemented by a brief reminder of the EU legislative competence and the role of the CJEU in criminal matters. It also features a video presentation by Advocate General Yves Bot of the CJEU.
Anne Weyembergh, Professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
Chloé Brière, Research Assistant at the ULB
Learning time: 3 hours
4 December 2019
Objective This webinar will present the practical implications of the so-called ECN+ Directive (Directive (EU) 2019/1) to be transposed in the Member States by February 2021. This Directive aims to empower the competition authorities of Member States to be more effective enforcers and thus to ensure the proper functioning of the internal market. The webinar will focus on the main powers and tools provided for by the Directive and their expected impact for the enforcement of Articles 101 and 102 TFEU at national level.
Who should attend?
Lawyers from private practice, in-house counsel, officials from national competition authorities.
Taking part in the discussion
You can address questions to the speakers in the chat box that will appear on your screen during the live stream. The Chair will read your question to the respective speaker who will answer your question verbally.