Interview with Marenco, GiulianoFrom the The European Commission 1986-2000. Memories of an institution Collection
Recorded in 16 March 2017 Brussels
Interview by Karin van Leeuwen in English
In this interview, Giuliano Marenco, former member of the European Commission’s Legal Service mainly engaged with matters of competition, reflects on:
- the sabbatical year he spent in Washington studying competition law;
- his career within the Legal Service rotating between teams;
- the atmosphere in the Legal Service under Directors-General Ehlermann and Dewost;
- his connections with (people in) Italy;
- relations with the DG’s, in particular DG Competition;
- the application and replacement of Regulation 17/62 on competition;
- doctrinal developments on state intervention / legislation restricting competition;
- the Francovich ruling of the ECJ on state liability;
- the Constitutional Convention and a draft constitution made by the Commission;
- codification of community legislation;
- the entry into the Service of new nationalities as a consequence of the accessions;
- the position of the Legal Service in relation to the Commission president.
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