Contradictions in the application of EU Competition Law to sport: a never ending story?
Published 11 October 2009
By Alexandre Miguel Mestre, PLMJ - A. M. Pereira, Sáragga Leal
The decision making practice of the Commission and the case law of the EU regarding the application of EU Competition Law to sport lack consistency, coherence and legal certainty. The contradictions are twofold: (i) Contradictions within EU institutions and EU courts: (ii) Contradictions between EU institutions and EU courts.
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