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Troch Simon

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Main Referenced Co-authors
Callens, Rik (1)
De Volder, Sander  (1)
Devroe, Wouter (1)
Geraerts, Lucille (1)
Meli, Violetta (1)
Main Referenced Keywords
Competition law (10); EU law (5); Anticompetitive object / effect (2); Abuse of dominance (1); abuse of dominance (1);
Main Referenced Disciplines
European & international law (14)

Publications (total 14)

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Troch, S., & Milleville, T. (2021). Simon Troch, Thomas Milleville, The EU Court of Justice confirms that the nuclear energy sector is subject to state aid rules (Hinkley Point C). Concurrences : Revue des Droits de la Concurrence. https://hdl.handle.net/2268/255698

Troch, S., & Meli, V. (2021). The EU General Court judges that the rules of sport federations banning athletes for participation in unauthorized events can – in certain circumstances – constitute a by object infringement of Article 101 TFEU (International Skating Union). e-Competitions.

Troch, S., & Milleville, T. (2021). Simon Troch, Thomas Milleville, The EU Court of Justice confirms that the nuclear energy sector is subject to state aid rules (Hinkley Point C). Concurrences : Revue des Droits de la Concurrence.

Troch, S., & Nys, C. (2020). The EU Court of Justice Advocate General Saugmandsgaard Øe recommends the Bronner legal test to be limited to ’refusals to make available’ (Slovak Telekom / Deutsche Telekom). Concurrences : Revue des Droits de la Concurrence.

Troch, S., & De Volder, S. (2019). The EU General Court clarifies the burden of proof that has to be met by the Commission to demonstrate the existence of an advantage in the context of tax rulings (Starbucks). e-Competitions.

Troch, S., & Van Der Eycken, D. (2019). Advocate General Bobek provides an analytical framework to assess the appropriateness of ‘by object’ qualifications while clarifying and consolidating the case-law on the dichotomy between ‘by object’ and ‘by effect’ restrictions (Budapest Bank). e-Competitions.

Troch, S., & Turbasa, M. (2019). Simon Troch, Maria Turbasa, The EU Court of Justice rules on the applicability of contractual jurisdiction clauses in the context of abuse of a dominant position, ruling that some competition law violations are more contract related than others (Apple / MJA). Concurrences : Revue des Droits de la Concurrence.

Troch, S. (2018). Antitrustrecht en handhaving: aandachtspunten voor Belgische ondernemingen. In P. Van Cleynenbreugel (Ed.), MEDEDINGINGSRECHT: DO'S EN DON'TS VOOR BELGISCHE ONDERNEMINGEN (pp. 1-33). Intersentia.

Troch, S., & Geraerts, L. (2017). AG Saugmandsgaard Øe indicates that providing misleading information aimed at undermining the reputation of one drug to the benefit of another drug might constitute a restriction by object (Hoffmann-La Roche). e-Competitions.

Troch, S., & Rientjes, E. (2017). The Belgian competition authority fines the country’s largest yeast producer for resale price maintenance and abuse of dominance (Algist Bruggeman). e-Competitions.

Troch, S., & Mera, C. (2017). The EU Commission Commission sends a statement of objections to an international sports association because of the possible incompatibility of its governance rules with competition law (International Skating Union). e-Competitions.

Troch, S., & Vucheva, M. (2017). The EU Court of Justice rules that the extension of existing State aid must be considered as the alteration of that aid and is therefore subject to the obligation of prior notification as new aid (DEI / Alouminion tis Ellados). e-Competitions.

Troch, S., & Devroe, W. (2016). Actuele ontwikkelingen consumenten-, marktpraktijken- en mededingingsrecht. In Recht in beweging - 23ste VRG Alumnidag 2016 (pp. 345-373). Maklu.

Troch, S., & Sbrolli, C. (2016). The EU Court of Justice rules on limited exclusivity restriction in lease agreements and concludes that it is not a restriction by object (Maxima Latvija). e-Competitions.

Troch, S., & Callens, R. (2015). The Belgian Competition Authority issues a decision following the first application of its unique settlement procedure in article 102 cases (Stanleybet / Nationale Loterij). e-Competitions.

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