5th April 2011
This event seeks to address the existence of unfair commercial practices occurring on a business to business level, including the following specific topics:
- Existence and nature of unfair commercial practices, such as uneven contractual terms and territoriality restraints
- The limitations of EU law (insofar as the treaty only applies to discrimination/unfair practices of public bodies and not private companies)
- Member State initiatives aimed at restoring the balance (specifically looking at the example of Portugal)
- The special case of SMEs
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