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Interim Relief Before the EU Courts: Three Great Fundamentals and Two Fundamentals That Need a Rethink

BY | March 19, 2013

Eric Barbier de La Serre, Mar 19, 2013 Before the EU Courts, nearly all applications for interim relief-including those made in major competition law cases-are heard by a single Judge,…

Eric Barbier de La Serre, Mar 19, 2013

Before the EU Courts, nearly all applications for interim relief-including those made in major competition law cases-are heard by a single Judge, who is either the President or his delegate. While this rule is also applied in many Member States, the audacity of vesting a single person with the power to suspend decisions adopted by the full College of the European Commission, sometimes after years of complex proceedings, is noteworthy. If a suspension is no

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