A new Discussion Paper by Peter Behrens is online: The extraterritorial reach of EU competition law revisited The “effects doctrine” before the ECJ

This paper discusses whether undertakings which are addressees of the prohibitions regarding restraints of competition must be located within the EU, whether at least their anticompetitive conduct must be completed within the EU or whether it is sufficient that the effects of restraints of competition are felt on the internal market. The paper sets out the public international law ramifications, briefly describes the development in the US and analyzes the jurisprudence of the ECJ up to the recent Intel judgment.