Lectures and pratical activities
The course aims to provide the students the knowledge of the Competition Law.The function and the evolution of the Anti-Trust discipline are being studied. Particular attention will be paid to the features of the American, European and Italian Antitrust system; the agreements, the abuses of the dominant positions and the discipline of the concentration of the main features of the European Antitrust legal system. The Italian antitrust legal system is being studied.
Acquisition, on the one hand, of the basic legal knowledge of individual and collective enterprises and develop, on the other hand, learning in key not merely receptive, but critical of the foreground. All of this will develop in time the ability to identify the appropriate organizational/financial joint enterprise in the market, taking into account the spatial and temporal context in which it operates and the ability to proceed to any subsequent adjustments/improvements
1) F. Ghezzi - G. Olivieri, Diritto antitrust, Giappichelli, Torino, ult. edizione.
2) A. di Biase, Monopolio di fatto, dominio nel mercato ed obbligo a contrarre, ESI, Napoli, 2017.
lTo take the exam the student must be booked according to the online procedure (Student Card) on time and to plan. Failing that, the student will not be allowed to take the exam. If the student is unable to take the exam, the cancellation of the booking is
recommendend. To take the exam the students must have their student card and a valid identity document. During the oral exam the student will be not allowed to use notes or textbooks, but it can be allowed if authorized by the teacher, the use of normative sources. The exam of the course of Antitrust law consist of the passing an oral examination in English toot (during the course of the lessons exemptions are not provided). The test covers the topics in the course program and is aimed to verify the achievement of learning outcomes relevant to the purpose to enter the labor market or as a basis for any subsequent magisterial training. In the oral exam, students must demonstrate that they have reached an adequate level of preparation of all the topics in the curriculum. For the purposes of the oral test, students cannot avoid the knowledge of the updated rules governing each of the parts of the program above. The final mark takes into account the outcome of only one oral test, whose estimated average duration is about twenty/thirty minutes. Telematics verbalization of the final mark requires that a student accepts it within five days from the performance of the test. Acceptance, electronically, may be expressed or implied in the five days if the student does not waste even a mark electronically
Introductory aspects. The antitrust discipline. The economic conditions of the antitrust discipline
The agreements restricting competition
Abuse of a dominant position
The application of antitrust law
Limits to the application of antitrust regulations
The entrepreneur's obligation to contract in a dominant position on the market
The refusal to contract as a hypothesis of abuse
Protection against the refusal to perform the services that are the subject of the business