The Binding Nature of Administrative Decisions in Damages Actions Under the Egyptian Competition Regime

The Binding Nature of Administrative Decisions in Damages Actions Under the Egyptian Competition Regime, pp. 126 - 133, Issue 3, G.C.L.R, 2015.

8 Pages Posted: 22 Sep 2015

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Mohamed ElFar

Queen Mary - University of London

Date Written: September 21, 2015

Abstract

This article is intended to explore the binding nature of the reports of the Egyptian Competition Authority and that of Administrative Court decisions to civil and criminal courts in damages actions when claimants attempt to prove the fault requirement. Actual cases highlight the limited binding nature and evidentiary value of these decisions.

Keywords: damages, private enforcement, competition, Egypt, fault presumption, administrative decisions, administrative court, cartel, abuse of dominance, cinema, float glass, civil court, criminal court

JEL Classification: K21, L40, L44, D49

Suggested Citation

ElFar, Mohamed, The Binding Nature of Administrative Decisions in Damages Actions Under the Egyptian Competition Regime (September 21, 2015). The Binding Nature of Administrative Decisions in Damages Actions Under the Egyptian Competition Regime, pp. 126 - 133, Issue 3, G.C.L.R, 2015., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2663337

Mohamed ElFar (Contact Author)

Queen Mary - University of London ( email )

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