European Community Competition Procedure

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Appendix on the European Economic Area Agreement*
section 1: Introduction to the Agreement on the European Economic Area544
A.
Formation and general institutional framework544
B.
The competition rules of the EEA Agreement546
section II: The substantive Competition Rules of the EEA Agreement547
A.
A. The basic rules547
1.
Article 53 (Article 85)547
2.
Article 54 (Article 86)547
3.
Article 57 (The merger Regulation)547
4.
Article 3 (Article 5)548
B.
B. 'Acts' giving effect to the basic rules548
1.
Block exemptions548
2.
Commission Notices and Guidelines549
section III: The procedure for the application of the EEA Competition Rules550
A.
Division of responsibility between the Commission and the EFTA. Surveillance Authority550
B.
Allocation of cases550
1.
Article 53 cases550
2.
Article 54 cases552
C.
Co-operation between the EC Commission and the ESA555
D.
Judicial review555
E.
Rights of lawyers556
section IV: Practical Procedural Aspects in Article 53 and 54 cases556
A.
A. Notifications, applications and complaints556
1.
1. Where to apply556
2.
2. Contents557
3.
3. Language557
4.
4. Transmission of cases558
5.
5. The response to the formal application559
B.
B. The different procedural steps561
1.
1. Mutual information and consultation of the other surveillance authority561
2.
2. Requests for information and investigations562
3.
3. Hearings564
4.
4. Advisory Committees564
5.
5. Professional secrecy and restricted use of information564
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*
By Kieron Beal B.A. (Cantab), L.L.M. (Harvard). The author wishes to thank Dr. Thinam Jakob-Siebert for her helpful comments on an earlier draft of this Appendix.

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