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Peter Whelan

Peter Whelan.jpgDr Peter Whelan
LLB (Ling Fran), LLM (TCD), PhD (Cantab), Attorney-at-Law (New York)




Education

Cambridge University:

2006-2010: PhD Candidate, St John's College, Cambridge

Trinity College Dublin:
2002-2003: Master of Laws, LL.M. (Hons.)

Trinity College Dublin:

1997-2001: Degree in Law and French, LL.B. (Ling. Fran.)


Lecturing experience
2010- : Lecturer in Law, UEA Law School, University of East Anglia
2008: Guest Lecturer, The City Law School, City University London

Work experience

2005-2010: Research Fellow in Competition Law, the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL), London

2007-2009: Legal Rapporteur, The British Brands Group

2006-2007: External Legal Researcher, Cooper Kenyon Burrows Solicitors

2001-2002: English Teacher, Heilongjiang Business & Technical College, Harbin, China


Membership of Professional Body

2007- : Attorney-at-Law, New York State Bar

Awards and achievements
2009: Winner, Best Article Prize 2009, Trinity College Law Review
2004: Successful Candidate, New York State Bar Exam
1997: Entrance Exhibition Award, Trinity College, Dublin

Fields of Research
  • Competition Law
  • Comparative Law
  • Criminal Law
  • EU Law

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Books

  • The Criminalization of European Cartel Enforcement: Theoretical, Legal, and Practical Challenges (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming)
  • Current Competition Law: Volume V, Marsden, Hutchings and Whelan (eds), (London: BIICL, 2007)

 

Chapters

  • ‘Criminal Cartel Enforcement in the European Union: Avoiding a Human Rights Trade-Off’, in Criminalising Cartels: A Critical Interdisciplinary Study of an International Regulatory Movement, Beaton-Wells & Ezrachi (eds), (Hart Publishing: Oxford, 2011)
  • ‘Protecting Human Rights in the Context of European Antitrust Criminalisation’, in The Reform of EC Competition Law: Towards an Optimal Enforcement System, Lianos & Kokorris (eds), (Kluwer International: Amsterdam, 2010)
  • ‘The “Consumer Welfare” Standard as a Form of Substantive Protection for Consumers under European Competition Law’, in Own Labels, Branded Goods and Competition Policy: The Changing Landscape of Retail Competition, Bernitz & Ezrachi (eds), (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2009), with P Marsden

 

Articles (Sole Author)

  • ‘Cartel Criminalization and the Challenge of Moral Wrongfulness’ (2013) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, forthcoming
  • ‘Legal Certainty and Cartel Criminalisation within the EU Member States’ (2012) 71(3) Cambridge Law Journal 677
  • ‘Strengthening Competition Law Enforcement: The Competition (Amendment) Act 2012 in Ireland’ (2012) Journal of European Competition Law and Practice, forthcoming
  • ‘An Argument in Favour of the Passing-On Defence: A Response to Private Actions in Competition Law: A Consultation on Options for Reform’ [2012] Competition Law Journal 211
  • ‘Improving Criminal Cartel Enforcement in the UK: The Case for the Adoption of BIS’s “Option 4”’ (2012) 8(3) European Competition Journal 1
  • ‘Trading Negotiations between Retailers and Suppliers: A Fertile Ground for Anti-Competitive Horizontal Information Exchange?’ (2009) 5(3) European Competition Journal 823

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  • ‘Morality and Its Restraining Influence on European Antitrust Criminalisation’ (2009) 12 Trinity College Law Review 40
  • ‘Contemplating the Future: Personal Criminal Sanctions for Infringements of EC Competition Law’ (2008) 19(2) King's Law Journal 364
  • ‘A Principled Argument for Personal Criminal Sanctions as Punishment under EC Cartel Law’ (2007) 4(1) Competition Law Review 7
  • ‘The Role of Third Parties in the Competition Enforcement Landscape: A Critical Review’ [2007] Competition Law Journal 41

 

Articles (Co-Author)

  • ‘Selective Distribution in the Age of Online Retail’ (2010) 31(1) European Competition Law Review 36, with P Marsden
  • ‘Re-Examining Trans-Atlantic Divergences in Substantive and Procedural Competition Law’ (2009) 10 Sedona Conference Journal 23, with P Marsden
  • ‘Intervention and the Internal Market: Contemporary European Competition Initiatives Concerning Distribution in the Market for New Cars’ (2008) 4(2) European Competition Journal 485, with P Marsden
  • ‘“Consumer Detriment” and its Application in EC and UK Competition Law’ (2006) 27(10) European Competition Law Review 569, with P Marsden
  • ‘Consumer Interest in Competition Law Cases’ (2006) 16(5) Consumer Policy Review 180, with M Hutchings OBE

 

Case Notes

  • ‘Resisting the Long Arm of Criminal Antitrust Laws: Norris v. US’ (2009) 72(2) Modern Law Review 272
  • ‘The Degussa Case’ (2008) 7(8) Competition Law Insight 13
  • ‘Private Enforcement and Commission Decisions: The Crehan Case’ (2007) 3 Cambridge Student Law Review 108

 

Legal Features

  • ‘Article 7 ECHR and the Cartel Offence’ (Summer 2012) 23 CCP Research Bulletin 2
  • ‘Foreword to Special Edition: Criminal Sanctions: An Overview of EU and National Case Law’, January 2012, e-Competitions, No. 41902, www.concurrences.com

 

Academic Papers

  • ‘Reforming the UK Cartel Offence: A Response to A Competition Regime for Growth: A Consultation on Options for Reform’, presented at the conference ‘The BIS Consultation on a Competition Regime for Growth: One Year On’, Newcastle Law School, 13 April 2012
  • ‘The Appropriateness of the Passing-On Defence in Private Competition Law Enforcement’, paper presented at the UKAEL Conference: ‘Competition and Private Enforcement: The Next Steps’, University College London, 4 July 2008
  • ‘The Concept of Price Discrimination under EC and UK Law’, paper presented to the American Bar Association, Antitrust Teleseminar Series, 27 February 2006, with P Marsden
  • ‘The Contribution of Bilateral Trade or Competition Agreements to Competition Law Enforcement Cooperation between Canada and Chile’ (London: CEPR, 2005), with P Marsden, paper presented at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) Conference, Brussels and Paris, April and October 2005
  • ‘The Contribution of Bilateral Trade or Competition Agreements to Competition Law Enforcement Cooperation between Canada and Costa Rica’ (London: CEPR, 2005), with P Marsden, paper presented at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) Conference, Brussels and Paris, April and October 2005
  • ‘The Contribution of Bilateral Trade or Competition Agreements to Competition Law Enforcement Cooperation between the EU and Mexico’ (London: CEPR, 2005), with P Marsden, paper presented at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) Conference, Brussels and Paris, April and October 2005