ПРЕТИ ЛИ ЈАСНА И НЕПОСРЕДНА ОПАСНОСТ ОД НОВОГ ЗАКОНА О ЗАШТИТИ КОНКУРЕНЦИЈЕ?
IS THERE A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER FROM THE NEW LAW ON PROTECTION OF COMPETITION?
Subject(s): Constitutional Law, EU-Legislation
Published by: Правни факултет Универзитета у Београду
Keywords: Competition; Concentrations; Restrictive agreements; Abuse of dominant position; Relevant market; Judicial review;
Summary/Abstract: This piece represents a response to Professors B. Begović and V. Pavić article „Clear and present danger: Review of the new Law on Protection of Competition“, published in the previous volume of this journal. The author puts forward that only a well-substantiated analysis of the existing laws, may come as a contribution of legal science to the quality of national legislation. This is why the author puts under the lenses the following: duty of the Republic of Serbia to harmonize the national rules on competition with the EU law, dominant position and relevant market, restrictive agreements, control of concentrations, and penalties, which may be imposed by the Commission for Protection of Competition under the new Law. The author concludes that there is no such thing as a clear and present danger from the new Law on Protection of Competition
- Issue Year: 58/2010
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 304-324
- Page Count: 21
- Language: Serbian