Georges VALLINDAS

European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)
Référendaire

Georges Vallindas is Référendaire (law clerk) at the Court of Justice of the European Union. Following a Stage with the President of the Court, Prof. Skouris, he worked from 2008 to 2013 for Judge Soldevila Fragoso at the EU General Court before joining Judge Prof. Rodin at the Court of Justice in September 2013.

His PhD, “Essai sur la rationalité du droit communautaire des concentrations”, was published in 2009 and has received the “Best PhD in European law Award” from the Aix en Provence Faculty of Law (Aix-Marseille University).

After the Maîtrise de droit international et européen, he earned at the end of his LLM in EU Law a French government Teaching and Research Fellowship and became an active member of the CERIC (Aix en Provence Centre for Studies and Research in International and European Law). He has been teaching EU, Constitutional & Economic Law, for many years at the Law Faculty, where he also successfully coached the Aix en Provence “European law Moot Court” Team.

Since 2009, he joined the ELMC Society Board, before being elected President in April 2013.

Next to his work as Référendaire, Georges Vallindas is an active EU law academic, writing papers, giving lectures and participating to international conferences, recent ones being held at Harvard Law School and Madrid. He speaks Greek, French, English and Italian.

His second book "Droit européen des concentrations" was recently published by Bruylant (Brussels, 2017).

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28101 Bulletin

Georges VALLINDAS French Administrative Courts apply the ECJ’s preliminary ruling qualifying a tax on meat purchases as a State aid (GEMO, Nevers viandes, Lianoudis, Sobledis, Uni service Distribution, Honfleur, Picard surgelés)

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Despite the efforts of public authorities in order to inform citizens about the importance of fruits and vegetables for health, Europeans and especially French, remain attached to the taste and proteins brought by meat. Like every industrial activity, the meat industry produces waste that has (...)

Georges VALLINDAS The French Supreme Administrative Court considered that a tax exemption for "private use" copyrights did not qualified as State aid (Syndicat des Industries de Matériels Audiovisuels Electroniques)

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French Administrative Supreme Court (Conseil d’État), 6 February 2004, Syndicat des Industries de Matériels Audiovisuels Electroniques, Case n° 250560, not published The French Intellectual Property Code (Code de la propriété intellectuelle), provides, inter alia, that intellectual property right (...)

Georges VALLINDAS The French Supreme Administrative Court held that the over-compensation paid to health establishements for medical equipment does not constitute State aid (Syndicat National de l’Industrie des Technologies Médicales)

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French Administrative Supreme Cour (Conseil d’État), 16 January 2004, Syndicat National de l’Industrie des Technologies Médicales, Case n° 250540, not published European States have been trying for years to reduce the expenses of their national health system. In that respect, the French Minister (...)

Georges VALLINDAS The French Administrative Supreme Court concluded to absence of State aid in case of an open and non-discriminatory tendering privatisation procedure (CIC/SG-BNP-CCF)

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French Administrative Supreme Court (Conseil d’État, Assemblée), 18 December 1998, Société Générale, Banque Nationale de Paris, Crédit Commercial de France v. Ministre de l’économie, des finances et de l’industrie, Case n° 197175 The liberalization of the bank sector in the European Union initiated (...)

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