Miroslova-Marinova-profile

Dr Miroslava Marinova

Lecturer

Law

, Royal Docks School of Business and Law

Dr Miroslava (Mira) Marinova (PhD in Competition Law, University of Reading) joined the Royal Docks School of Business and Law in September 2021 as a Lecturer in Commercial Law. She has been teaching Competition Law, Commercial Law and Energy Law and Regulation as a sessional lecturer at University of Reading and regularly lectures in the Training of National Judges Programme of the European Union.

Areas Of Interest

  • Competition Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Energy Law and Regulation 
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OVERVIEW

Dr Mira Marinova is experienced professional, having worked for more than 15 years in the area of competition law in both the public and private sector. Prior to coming to the UEL, Mira has been part of the Enforcement team at the UK Energy Regulator (Ofgem).
Dr Mira Marinova is an author of numerous articles in the field of EU Competition Law published in international peer-reviewed law journals. One of her papers, published in World Competition was nominated for the prestigious Antitrust Writing Awards 2019, co-organised by the Concurrences Institute and George Washington University Law School.

PUBLICATIONS

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

  • Miroslava Marinova, Book Review: 'Abusive Practices in Competition Law' 3(2) 2019 European Competition and Regulatory Law Review - CoRe
  • Miroslava Marinova, Book Review: 'European State Aid and Tax Rulings', Liza Lovdahl Gormsen 3(1) 2019 European Competition and Regulatory Law Review - CoRe
  • Miroslava Marinova, 'What can we learn about the application of the as efficient competitor test in fidelity rebate cases from the recent US case law?' (2018) 41 (3) World Competition (nominated for the 2019 Concurrence Antitrust Writing Awards)
  • Miroslava Marinova, Fidelity Rebates in Competition Law – Application of the 'As Efficient Competitor' test (Wolters Kluwer 2018)
  • Kai-Uwe Kuhn and Miroslava Marinova, 'The role of the 'as efficient competitor' test after the CJEU judgement in Intel' 4(2) (2018) Competition Law and Policy Debate
  • Miroslava Marinova and Kremena Yaneva-Ivanova, 'Exploitative Abuse of a Dominant Position in Regulated Markets in Bulgaria' (2017) 10(16) Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies
  • Miroslava Marinova, 'Should the Rejection of the "As Efficient Competitor" test in the Intel and Post Danmark II Judgments Lead to Dismissal of the Effects-Based Approach?' (2016) Vol. 12 2(3) European Competition Journal (accepted with no revisions)
  • Miroslava Marinova, 'The Concept of Collective Dominance Under EU Competition Law' (2014) 3 Commercial and Contract Law Journal
  • Miroslava Marinova, 'Theory of Harm under EU Competition Law' (2013) 7 Commercial and Competition Law Journal
  • Miroslava Marinova, 'Fidelity Rebates as a Form of Abuse of Dominant Position' (2012) 1 Commercial and Competition Law Journal
  • Miroslava Marinova, 'Predatory Pricing' (2011) 11 Commercial and Competition Law Journal
  • Miroslava Marinova and Radostina Georgieva, 'Significance of Economic Analysis in Competition Law' (2011) 1 Commercial and Competition Law Journal
  • Miroslava Marinova, 'The National Competition Authority of Bulgaria - Commission on Protection of Competition' (2009) Mediterranean Competition Bulletin, issued by the EU
  • Miroslava Marinova, 'Anti-Competitive Manipulation of Public Procurement' (2009) Commercial and Competition Law Journal

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • September 2018, Paper accepted for presentation at the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE), Milan - Kai-Uwe Kuhn and Miroslava Marinova, 'The role of the 'as efficient competitor' test after the CJEU judgement in Intel'
  • January 2018, Presentation at the Centre for Competition Policy, UEA, Norwich PhD Workshop 2018: 'The Controversy over the Application of the 'As Efficient Competitor' Test as a Tool to Distinguish Pro-Competitive from Anti-Competitive Fidelity Rebates'
  • September 2017, Presentation at the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE), London: 'Should the Rejection of the "As Efficient Competitor" test in the Intel and Post Danmark II Judgments Lead to Dismissal of the Effects-Based Approach?' including a discussion on the Intel’s CJEU judgment
  • April 2017, Presentation at the Bergen Competition Policy Conference, Norway (The Bergen Center for Competition law and Economics): 'Should the Rejection of the "As Efficient Competitor" test in the Intel and Post Danmark II Judgments Lead to Dismissal of the Effects-Based Approach?'
  • July 2016, Presentation at the 11th Academic Society for Competition Law (ASCOLA) Conference, Leiden, Netherlands: 'The Controversy of the AEC test as a Tool to Distinguish Lawful From Unlawful (Exclusionary) Conduct by a Dominant Company'
  • June 2016, Presentation at the PhD workshop at the University of Reading: 'Is There a Single Legal Standard to Distinguish Lawful From Unlawful (Exclusionary) Conduct?
  • January 2015, Presentation at the University of Liverpool International Postgraduate Legal Conference: 'Is There a Single Test That Could Separate Pro-Competitive from Anti-Competitive Pricing Strategies, Applied by a Dominant Company?
  • May 2014, Rapporteur of case AT.39985 Motorola and Case AT.39939 Samsung- enforcement of GPRS standard essential patents at the Advisory Committee, DG Competition, European Commission
  • March 2012, Presentation at the European Commission, DG Competition, Basic Industries Directorate, Food Task Force: 'Buyer power in the LRGs in Bulgaria'
  • May 2011, Presentation at the Conference organised by the Bulgarian Competition Authority, Meeting at expert level of competition authorities: 'Exclusionary and Exploitative Abuse of a Dominant Position'
  • September 2006, Presentation at the OECD Abuse of Dominant Position Conference, Brno: 'Excessive Pricing under Bulgarian Competition Law'

TEACHING

MODULES

  • Tort Law
  • Intellectual Property Law (Module Leader)
  • EU Law (Module Lecturer)