The Resource Compatibility of Transactional Resolutions of Antitrust Proceedings with Due Process and Fundamental Rights and Online Exhaustion of IP Rights

Compatibility of Transactional Resolutions of Antitrust Proceedings with Due Process and Fundamental Rights and Online Exhaustion of IP Rights

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Compatibility of Transactional Resolutions of Antitrust Proceedings with Due Process and Fundamental Rights and Online Exhaustion of IP Rights
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Compatibility of Transactional Resolutions of Antitrust Proceedings with Due Process and Fundamental Rights and Online Exhaustion of IP Rights
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Kilpatrick, Bruce
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343.0721
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K4240-4343HB615K3820
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  • Kobel, Pierre
  • Këllezi, Pranvera
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LIDC Contributions on Antitrust Law, Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition Ser
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Entrepreneurship
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Compatibility of Transactional Resolutions of Antitrust Proceedings with Due Process and Fundamental Rights and Online Exhaustion of IP Rights
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Contents
  • Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Part I: Due Process in Antitrust Transactional Mechanisms -- 1: International Report -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Role and Benefits of Transactional Resolutions -- 1.3 Transactional Resolution of Agreements and Abuse of Dominance -- 1.3.1 Overview of Transactional Mechanisms -- 1.3.2 Discretion of Competition Authorities and/or Judges During Proceedings -- 1.3.3 Fairness, Good Faith, Legitimate Expectations, and Good Administration -- 1.3.4 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 1.3.5 Fairness, Due Process, and the Transactional Resolution Process -- 1.3.5.1 Informal Investigations That Do Not Result in Binding Decisions -- 1.3.6 Formal Investigations -- 1.3.6.1 Communication of the Case Against the Company -- 1.3.6.2 Predictability and Clarity of Objections -- 1.3.6.3 Access to Evidentiary Documents and to Files -- 1.3.6.4 Form and Status of Parties ́ Submissions -- 1.3.6.5 Form and Status of Admission of Facts and Infringement -- 1.3.6.6 Deadlines and Timing for Submissions -- 1.3.6.7 Burden and Standard of Proof -- 1.3.6.8 Discretion of Authorities in Pursuing Discussions Concerning Undertakings and Settlements -- 1.3.6.9 Withdrawal of Settlement Submissions and Admission of Guilt -- 1.3.6.10 Withdrawal of Undertakings -- 1.3.6.11 Right to Appeal -- 1.3.6.12 Transparency and Publicity of Transactional Resolutions -- 1.3.7 Two-Tier Systems: Approval of Transactional Resolutions by a Body Not Involved in Negotiations -- 1.3.8 Rights of Third Parties -- 1.4 Merger Control -- 1.5 Impact on Transactional Outcome and on Market Intervention -- 1.6 Conclusions -- 2: Australia -- 2.1 Overview -- 2.1.1 Immunity Policy -- 2.1.2 Reduction of the Penalty -- 2.1.3 Administrative Settlements: Undertakings
  • 2.1.4 Authorisations and Notifications: Obtaining Immunity Through the ACCC -- 2.2 Nature of the Settlement and Legal Consequences for the Parties -- 2.2.1 Administrative Settlements: Undertakings -- 2.2.2 Authorisation and Notification -- 2.2.3 Incentives to Accept Transactional Resolutions and the Risk of Non-compliance -- 2.2.4 Efficiency Prompts Transactional Resolution -- 2.3 The Principle of Fairness and Related Principles and Concerns -- 2.3.1 Good Administration -- 2.3.2 Good Faith -- 2.3.3 Legitimate Expectation -- 2.4 The Principle of Proportionality -- 2.4.1 Enforceable Undertakings -- 2.5 Fundamental and Procedural Rights -- 2.5.1 Right to Trial -- 2.5.1.1 General Right -- 2.5.1.2 Right to Judicial Review -- 2.5.2 The Principle of Impartiality: Bias and Right to an Impartial Judge -- 2.5.3 Right to Equal Treatment -- 2.5.4 Ne Bis in Idem and Other Concerns -- 2.5.4.1 Collection of Evidence for Civil Litigation in Administrative Settlements -- 2.5.5 Presumption of Innocence and Acknowledgement of Guilt -- 2.5.6 Right Against Self-Incrimination -- 2.5.7 Providing Information and Protecting Confidential Information -- 2.5.7.1 The Obligation to Provide Information to Authorities -- 2.5.7.2 Without Prejudice, Confidentiality and Publicity of Transactional Solutions -- 2.5.7.3 Legal Professional Privilege -- 2.6 Merger Control -- 2.6.1 Merger Remedies v Other Remedies -- 2.6.2 Enforcement of Remedies -- 2.6.3 Third Parties -- 2.7 Conclusion and Recommendations -- 3: Austria -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Transactional Resolution of Agreements and the Abuse of Dominance -- 3.2.1 Overview of Transactional Procedures -- 3.2.2 Settlements -- 3.2.2.1 Legal Background -- 3.2.2.2 Discretion -- 3.2.2.3 Procedure in a Nutshell -- 3.2.2.4 Publication of Settlements -- 3.2.2.5 Point in Time of Settlement? -- 3.2.3 Commitments -- 3.2.4 Leniency
  • 3.2.4.1 Leniency Established by Law -- 3.2.5 Leniency vs Settlements -- 3.3 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 3.3.1 Right Against Self-Incrimination and Presumption of Innocence -- 3.3.2 Right of the Parties to Know the Case Against Them (Statement of Objections) -- 3.3.3 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 3.3.4 Right to an Equal Treatment -- 3.3.5 Right to an Impartial Judge -- 3.3.6 Right to Trial -- 3.3.7 Ne bis in idem -- 3.4 Rights of Third Parties -- 3.4.1 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 3.4.2 Right to Trial -- 3.4.3 Right of Equal Treatment -- 3.4.4 Other Issues and Rights -- 3.4.5 Principle of Legitimate Expectation and Good Faith -- 3.4.6 Confidentiality and Publicity of the Transactional Solutions -- 3.5 Merger Control -- 3.6 Negotiation of Remedies -- 3.6.1 Remedies Submitted in the First or Second Phase of the Procedure -- 3.6.1.1 Phase I -- 3.6.1.2 Phase II -- 3.6.2 The Authorities ́ Discretion in Negotiations -- 3.6.3 The Rights of the Notifying Party and Time Constraints -- 3.6.4 The Role of Third Parties in Defining the Remedies -- 3.7 Enforcement of Remedies -- 3.7.1 Public Enforcement -- 3.7.2 Private Enforcement -- 3.8 Conclusions -- 4: Belgium -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Transactional Resolutions of Restrictive Agreements and Abuse of Dominance -- 4.2.1 Overview of Transactional Procedures -- 4.2.1.1 Settlement Procedure -- 4.2.1.2 Commitments -- 4.2.1.3 Leniency -- 4.2.2 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 4.2.2.1 Right Against Self-Incrimination -- 4.2.2.2 Presumption of Innocence -- 4.2.2.3 Right of the Parties to Know the Case Against Them -- 4.2.2.4 Right To Be Heard and Access to the File -- 4.2.2.5 Right to Equal Treatment -- 4.2.2.6 Right to an Impartial Decision-Making -- 4.2.2.7 Right to Trial -- 4.2.3 Rights of Third Parties -- 4.2.3.1 Right To Be Heard and Access to File
  • 4.2.3.2 Right to Trial -- 4.2.3.3 Confidentiality and Publicity of the Transactional Solutions -- 4.3 Remedies in the Framework of Merger Control -- 4.3.1 Overview of the Merger Control Procedure -- 4.3.1.1 Negotiation of Remedies -- 4.3.1.2 Enforcement of Remedies -- 4.3.2 Fundamental and Procedural Rights -- 4.3.2.1 Right To Be Heard and to Access the File -- 4.3.2.2 Right to Trial -- 4.4 Conclusion and Recommendations -- 5: Brazil -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Transactional Resolution of Agreements and the Abuse of Dominance -- 5.2.1 Overview of Transactional Procedures -- 5.2.2 Discretion of Competition Authorities and/or Judges During Proceedings -- 5.2.3 Nature of the Legal Act Concluding, Approving and/or Making the Settlement Binding -- 5.2.4 Legal Consequences for the Parties -- 5.2.5 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 5.2.5.1 Right Against Self-Incrimination and Presumption of Innocence -- 5.2.5.2 Right of the Parties to Know the Case Against Them (Statement of Objections) -- 5.2.5.3 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 5.2.5.4 Right to an Equal Treatment -- 5.2.5.5 Right to an Impartial Judge -- 5.2.5.6 Right to Trial -- 5.2.5.7 Ne Bis in Idem -- 5.2.6 Rights of Third Parties -- 5.2.6.1 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 5.2.6.2 Right to Trial -- 5.2.6.3 Other Issues and Rights -- 5.3 Principle of Legitimate Expectation and of Good Faith -- 5.4 Confidentiality and Publicity of the Transactional Solutions -- 5.5 Merger Control -- 5.5.1 Negotiation of Remedies -- 5.5.2 Enforcement of Remedies -- 5.5.3 Impact on Transactional Outcome and on Market Intervention -- 5.6 Conclusion and Recommendations -- 6: Czech Republic -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Transactional Resolution of Agreements and the Abuse of Dominance -- 6.2.1 Overview of Transactional Procedures -- 6.2.1.1 Leniency -- 6.2.1.2 Settlement
  • 6.2.1.3 Commitments Decisions -- 6.2.1.4 Resolution of a Case Without Commencing Proceedings -- 6.2.2 Discretion of Competition Authorities and/or Judges During Proceedings -- 6.2.3 Nature of the Legal Act Concluding, Approving and/or Making Binding the Settlement -- 6.2.4 Legal Consequences for the Parties -- 6.3 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 6.3.1 Right Against Self-Incrimination and Presumption of Innocence -- 6.3.2 Right of the Parties to Know the Case Against Them (Statement of Objections) -- 6.3.3 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 6.3.4 Right to an Equal Treatment -- 6.3.5 Right to an Impartial Judge -- 6.3.6 Right to Trial -- 6.3.7 Ne bis in Idem -- 6.4 Rights of Third Parties -- 6.4.1 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 6.4.2 Right to Trial -- 6.4.3 Right of Equal Treatment -- 6.4.4 Other Issues and Rights -- 6.4.5 Principle of Legitimate Expectation and of Good Faith -- 6.4.6 Confidentiality and Publicity of the Transactional Solutions -- 6.5 Merger Control -- 6.5.1 Negotiation of Remedies -- 6.5.2 Enforcement of Remedies -- 6.6 Impact on Transactional Outcome and on Market Intervention -- 6.7 Conclusion and Recommendations -- 7: France -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Overview of the French ``Transactional ́ ́ Procedures -- 7.2.1 Leniency Program (Procédure de clémence) -- 7.2.1.1 Scope -- 7.2.1.2 Implementation -- 7.2.1.3 Procedure -- 7.2.1.4 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 7.2.1.5 Third Parties -- 7.2.1.6 Risks for the Parties -- 7.2.2 Commitment Procedure (Procédure d ́engagements) -- 7.2.2.1 Scope -- 7.2.2.2 Implementation -- 7.2.2.3 Procedure, Negotiation Process -- 7.2.2.4 Effects -- 7.2.2.5 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- Access to the Case File -- Right To Be Heard -- Presumption of Innocence -- Right to an Impartial Judge -- Ne Bis In Idem -- 7.2.2.6 Third Parties
  • 7.2.2.7 Risks for the Parties
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9783319271583
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (CaONFJC)MIL931481
  • (OCoLC)951977688
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Compatibility of Transactional Resolutions of Antitrust Proceedings with Due Process and Fundamental Rights and Online Exhaustion of IP Rights
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https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=4546677
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Part I: Due Process in Antitrust Transactional Mechanisms -- 1: International Report -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Role and Benefits of Transactional Resolutions -- 1.3 Transactional Resolution of Agreements and Abuse of Dominance -- 1.3.1 Overview of Transactional Mechanisms -- 1.3.2 Discretion of Competition Authorities and/or Judges During Proceedings -- 1.3.3 Fairness, Good Faith, Legitimate Expectations, and Good Administration -- 1.3.4 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 1.3.5 Fairness, Due Process, and the Transactional Resolution Process -- 1.3.5.1 Informal Investigations That Do Not Result in Binding Decisions -- 1.3.6 Formal Investigations -- 1.3.6.1 Communication of the Case Against the Company -- 1.3.6.2 Predictability and Clarity of Objections -- 1.3.6.3 Access to Evidentiary Documents and to Files -- 1.3.6.4 Form and Status of Parties ́ Submissions -- 1.3.6.5 Form and Status of Admission of Facts and Infringement -- 1.3.6.6 Deadlines and Timing for Submissions -- 1.3.6.7 Burden and Standard of Proof -- 1.3.6.8 Discretion of Authorities in Pursuing Discussions Concerning Undertakings and Settlements -- 1.3.6.9 Withdrawal of Settlement Submissions and Admission of Guilt -- 1.3.6.10 Withdrawal of Undertakings -- 1.3.6.11 Right to Appeal -- 1.3.6.12 Transparency and Publicity of Transactional Resolutions -- 1.3.7 Two-Tier Systems: Approval of Transactional Resolutions by a Body Not Involved in Negotiations -- 1.3.8 Rights of Third Parties -- 1.4 Merger Control -- 1.5 Impact on Transactional Outcome and on Market Intervention -- 1.6 Conclusions -- 2: Australia -- 2.1 Overview -- 2.1.1 Immunity Policy -- 2.1.2 Reduction of the Penalty -- 2.1.3 Administrative Settlements: Undertakings
  • 2.1.4 Authorisations and Notifications: Obtaining Immunity Through the ACCC -- 2.2 Nature of the Settlement and Legal Consequences for the Parties -- 2.2.1 Administrative Settlements: Undertakings -- 2.2.2 Authorisation and Notification -- 2.2.3 Incentives to Accept Transactional Resolutions and the Risk of Non-compliance -- 2.2.4 Efficiency Prompts Transactional Resolution -- 2.3 The Principle of Fairness and Related Principles and Concerns -- 2.3.1 Good Administration -- 2.3.2 Good Faith -- 2.3.3 Legitimate Expectation -- 2.4 The Principle of Proportionality -- 2.4.1 Enforceable Undertakings -- 2.5 Fundamental and Procedural Rights -- 2.5.1 Right to Trial -- 2.5.1.1 General Right -- 2.5.1.2 Right to Judicial Review -- 2.5.2 The Principle of Impartiality: Bias and Right to an Impartial Judge -- 2.5.3 Right to Equal Treatment -- 2.5.4 Ne Bis in Idem and Other Concerns -- 2.5.4.1 Collection of Evidence for Civil Litigation in Administrative Settlements -- 2.5.5 Presumption of Innocence and Acknowledgement of Guilt -- 2.5.6 Right Against Self-Incrimination -- 2.5.7 Providing Information and Protecting Confidential Information -- 2.5.7.1 The Obligation to Provide Information to Authorities -- 2.5.7.2 Without Prejudice, Confidentiality and Publicity of Transactional Solutions -- 2.5.7.3 Legal Professional Privilege -- 2.6 Merger Control -- 2.6.1 Merger Remedies v Other Remedies -- 2.6.2 Enforcement of Remedies -- 2.6.3 Third Parties -- 2.7 Conclusion and Recommendations -- 3: Austria -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Transactional Resolution of Agreements and the Abuse of Dominance -- 3.2.1 Overview of Transactional Procedures -- 3.2.2 Settlements -- 3.2.2.1 Legal Background -- 3.2.2.2 Discretion -- 3.2.2.3 Procedure in a Nutshell -- 3.2.2.4 Publication of Settlements -- 3.2.2.5 Point in Time of Settlement? -- 3.2.3 Commitments -- 3.2.4 Leniency
  • 3.2.4.1 Leniency Established by Law -- 3.2.5 Leniency vs Settlements -- 3.3 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 3.3.1 Right Against Self-Incrimination and Presumption of Innocence -- 3.3.2 Right of the Parties to Know the Case Against Them (Statement of Objections) -- 3.3.3 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 3.3.4 Right to an Equal Treatment -- 3.3.5 Right to an Impartial Judge -- 3.3.6 Right to Trial -- 3.3.7 Ne bis in idem -- 3.4 Rights of Third Parties -- 3.4.1 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 3.4.2 Right to Trial -- 3.4.3 Right of Equal Treatment -- 3.4.4 Other Issues and Rights -- 3.4.5 Principle of Legitimate Expectation and Good Faith -- 3.4.6 Confidentiality and Publicity of the Transactional Solutions -- 3.5 Merger Control -- 3.6 Negotiation of Remedies -- 3.6.1 Remedies Submitted in the First or Second Phase of the Procedure -- 3.6.1.1 Phase I -- 3.6.1.2 Phase II -- 3.6.2 The Authorities ́ Discretion in Negotiations -- 3.6.3 The Rights of the Notifying Party and Time Constraints -- 3.6.4 The Role of Third Parties in Defining the Remedies -- 3.7 Enforcement of Remedies -- 3.7.1 Public Enforcement -- 3.7.2 Private Enforcement -- 3.8 Conclusions -- 4: Belgium -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Transactional Resolutions of Restrictive Agreements and Abuse of Dominance -- 4.2.1 Overview of Transactional Procedures -- 4.2.1.1 Settlement Procedure -- 4.2.1.2 Commitments -- 4.2.1.3 Leniency -- 4.2.2 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 4.2.2.1 Right Against Self-Incrimination -- 4.2.2.2 Presumption of Innocence -- 4.2.2.3 Right of the Parties to Know the Case Against Them -- 4.2.2.4 Right To Be Heard and Access to the File -- 4.2.2.5 Right to Equal Treatment -- 4.2.2.6 Right to an Impartial Decision-Making -- 4.2.2.7 Right to Trial -- 4.2.3 Rights of Third Parties -- 4.2.3.1 Right To Be Heard and Access to File
  • 4.2.3.2 Right to Trial -- 4.2.3.3 Confidentiality and Publicity of the Transactional Solutions -- 4.3 Remedies in the Framework of Merger Control -- 4.3.1 Overview of the Merger Control Procedure -- 4.3.1.1 Negotiation of Remedies -- 4.3.1.2 Enforcement of Remedies -- 4.3.2 Fundamental and Procedural Rights -- 4.3.2.1 Right To Be Heard and to Access the File -- 4.3.2.2 Right to Trial -- 4.4 Conclusion and Recommendations -- 5: Brazil -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Transactional Resolution of Agreements and the Abuse of Dominance -- 5.2.1 Overview of Transactional Procedures -- 5.2.2 Discretion of Competition Authorities and/or Judges During Proceedings -- 5.2.3 Nature of the Legal Act Concluding, Approving and/or Making the Settlement Binding -- 5.2.4 Legal Consequences for the Parties -- 5.2.5 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 5.2.5.1 Right Against Self-Incrimination and Presumption of Innocence -- 5.2.5.2 Right of the Parties to Know the Case Against Them (Statement of Objections) -- 5.2.5.3 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 5.2.5.4 Right to an Equal Treatment -- 5.2.5.5 Right to an Impartial Judge -- 5.2.5.6 Right to Trial -- 5.2.5.7 Ne Bis in Idem -- 5.2.6 Rights of Third Parties -- 5.2.6.1 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 5.2.6.2 Right to Trial -- 5.2.6.3 Other Issues and Rights -- 5.3 Principle of Legitimate Expectation and of Good Faith -- 5.4 Confidentiality and Publicity of the Transactional Solutions -- 5.5 Merger Control -- 5.5.1 Negotiation of Remedies -- 5.5.2 Enforcement of Remedies -- 5.5.3 Impact on Transactional Outcome and on Market Intervention -- 5.6 Conclusion and Recommendations -- 6: Czech Republic -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Transactional Resolution of Agreements and the Abuse of Dominance -- 6.2.1 Overview of Transactional Procedures -- 6.2.1.1 Leniency -- 6.2.1.2 Settlement
  • 6.2.1.3 Commitments Decisions -- 6.2.1.4 Resolution of a Case Without Commencing Proceedings -- 6.2.2 Discretion of Competition Authorities and/or Judges During Proceedings -- 6.2.3 Nature of the Legal Act Concluding, Approving and/or Making Binding the Settlement -- 6.2.4 Legal Consequences for the Parties -- 6.3 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 6.3.1 Right Against Self-Incrimination and Presumption of Innocence -- 6.3.2 Right of the Parties to Know the Case Against Them (Statement of Objections) -- 6.3.3 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 6.3.4 Right to an Equal Treatment -- 6.3.5 Right to an Impartial Judge -- 6.3.6 Right to Trial -- 6.3.7 Ne bis in Idem -- 6.4 Rights of Third Parties -- 6.4.1 Right To Be Heard and Access to File -- 6.4.2 Right to Trial -- 6.4.3 Right of Equal Treatment -- 6.4.4 Other Issues and Rights -- 6.4.5 Principle of Legitimate Expectation and of Good Faith -- 6.4.6 Confidentiality and Publicity of the Transactional Solutions -- 6.5 Merger Control -- 6.5.1 Negotiation of Remedies -- 6.5.2 Enforcement of Remedies -- 6.6 Impact on Transactional Outcome and on Market Intervention -- 6.7 Conclusion and Recommendations -- 7: France -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Overview of the French ``Transactional ́ ́ Procedures -- 7.2.1 Leniency Program (Procédure de clémence) -- 7.2.1.1 Scope -- 7.2.1.2 Implementation -- 7.2.1.3 Procedure -- 7.2.1.4 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- 7.2.1.5 Third Parties -- 7.2.1.6 Risks for the Parties -- 7.2.2 Commitment Procedure (Procédure d ́engagements) -- 7.2.2.1 Scope -- 7.2.2.2 Implementation -- 7.2.2.3 Procedure, Negotiation Process -- 7.2.2.4 Effects -- 7.2.2.5 Fundamental and Procedural Rights of the Parties -- Access to the Case File -- Right To Be Heard -- Presumption of Innocence -- Right to an Impartial Judge -- Ne Bis In Idem -- 7.2.2.6 Third Parties
  • 7.2.2.7 Risks for the Parties
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (681 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319271583
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Specific material designation
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4546677
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4546677
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11222090
  • (CaONFJC)MIL931481
  • (OCoLC)951977688

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