Introducing the Concept of Private Enforcement in Competition Law

March 18, 2019

Authors

Dren Ajeti
public law, parliamentary affairs and rule of law

This report aims to analyze the system of EU competition protection by focusing on private enforcement and recent developments in this area, in order to analyze modalities of how this mechanism can be incorporated into the national legislation, namely how private enforcement can assist the Competition Authority in protecting competition and damaged parties in Kosovo. Finally, the report will offer a set of recommendations which should be considered by relevant stakeholders and Competition Authority towards strengthening the protection of competition in Kosovo.

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Introducing the Concept of Private Enforcement in Competition Law

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