2013 Eur. Networks L. & Reg. Q. i (2013)

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EDITORIAL                                                                        1
Robert Klotz
Regulation and Antitrust in the Railway Sector: The Right Track Towards
More Effective Competition?                                                    3
Robert Klotz
Has Margin Squeeze Abuse in EU Competition Law Developed Because
of the Liberalisation of the Network Industries in the EU?                    15
Niamh Gleeson
Regulatory Contracts and Energy Distribution: German Concession Contracts Revisited  27
Christian Theobald and Vincent Pal
Regulation in Outer Space - The Assignment of Rights to Orbit Positions
and Frequency Usage by Telecommunications Satellites                          39
Christian Koenig and Martin Busch
Unbundling of State-owned Transmission System Operators -
Effective Remedy or Eyewash?                                                 49
Dirk Buschle
The Most Recent EU Competition Law Developments
in the Telecommunication Market                                               65
Toth Andras
The General Court's Judgment in the Greek Lignite Case: Setting the Commission's
Limits for Finding an Infringement under Articles 106/102 TFEU?               81
Annotation on the Judgment of the EU General Court of 20 September 2012
in Case T-1 69/08, DEI v Commission
Margarita Peristeraki
The Legal Basis of an Energy Regulation - An Occasion for the Parliament to Fight
for its Prerogatives under the Lisbon Treaty                                  89
Annotation on the Judgment of the General Court (Eighth Chamber) of 29 March 2012
in Case T-336/07, Telef6nica SA, Telef6nica de Espana vs European Commission
Jasmin Battista
Margin Squeeze as Abuse of Dominant Position on Networks                      99
Annotation on the Judgment of the Court of Justice (Second Chamber) of 6 September 2012
in Case C-490/1 0, European Parliament v Council of the European Union
Spiros Tassis

Belgium - Jeroen Dewispelaere

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