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New Challenges for the Assessment of Fairness in a Common Market

@inproceedings{Micklitz2010NewCF,
  title={New Challenges for the Assessment of Fairness in a Common Market},
  author={Hans Wolfgang Micklitz and Viktor Smith and Mette Ohm R{\o}rdam and Jesper Clement and Gorm Gabrielsen and Jochen Gl{\"o}ckner and Peter M{\o}gelvang-Hansen and Marcin Rogowski and Henrik Sels{\o}e S{\o}rensen and Jan Trzaskowski},
  year={2010}
}
The regulation of unfair commercial practices in Europe did receive probably about the same amount of applause as of criticism from the very beginning. The practical questions addressed to the Courts remind of the theoretical problems that are still on the table. It seems that European lawmakers did contribute to the legal uncertainty, which triggered doubts as to what commercial practices are prohibited and what are illegal. In this article it is claimed that it is not the ever-complicated… Expand
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