The EFTA Court sanctions for abuse of dominant position a company active in the market for business-to consumer parcel services with over-the-counter delivery addressing the issue of judicial review (Posten Norge)

A lesson on judicial review from the other European Court in Luxembourg* Legal change sometimes takes unpredictable paths: mid-April, something important happened for European law in Luxembourg, but this did not come from the European Court of Justice (the “ECJ”). Not every reader of this blog is necessarily aware that the ECJ has a sister European Court in Luxembourg, which is called the EFTA Court. This Court has jurisdiction with regard to the EFTA States that are parties to the EEA Agreement (at present Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway). It delivers only a limited number of judgments every year, but they often are interesting reads. Since EEA law very much mirrors EU law, these judgments constitute a significant source of inspiration for EU law itself. In fact, the ECJ’s Advocate

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Eric Barbier de la Serre, The EFTA Court sanctions for abuse of dominant position a company active in the market for business-to consumer parcel services with over-the-counter delivery addressing the issue of judicial review (Posten Norge), 18 April 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2012, Art. N° 45941

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