CALL FOR PAPERS – Developments of CJEU case law in 2010-2011 **SELECTED PAPERS**

KSLR European Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts proposing to cover topics on developments of CJEU case law in different areas during the year of 2010 – 2011.   The proposed area may vary from procedural to substantial EU law, highlighting the most important cases in the sphere chosen. The articles resulting from selected abstracts will be posted on KSLR European Law Blog website http://kslr.org.uk/blogs/europeanlaw/ Please submit abstracts of no more than 200 words by 16 March 2012 to <agne.limante@kcl.ac.uk> or <belen.menchon_orduna@kcl.ac.uk>. Authors…

The Commission unveils the “Almunia package” for the assessment of State support to providers of Services of General Economic Interest

Jose Manuel Panero Rivas, LL.M  MA in Economics for Competition Law candidate, King’s College London With some fanfare – for Brussels’ standards – the Commission unveiled in December 2011 its highly anticipated Almunia package for the assessment of State support granted to providers of Services of General Economic Interest (SGEIs)[i]. The new set of rules, named after Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia, substitutes the ‘post-Altmark package’ also known as ‘Monti package’ or ‘Monti-Kroes package’. Yes, as seen from the nick-names of the documents, paternity and maternity…

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