The Bulgarian Supreme Administrative Court dismisses complainant’ standing to challenge commitments in antitrust cases (Zlaten Lev Capital)

The Bulgarian Supreme Administrative Court (the “SAC”) rejected [1] complainants’ locus standi to challenge the commitments accepted by the Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (the “CPC”) in antitrust cases. Complainants were considered to lack any cause for appeal because commitments (irrespective of their nature, scope and

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Dessislava Fessenko, The Bulgarian Supreme Administrative Court dismisses complainant’ standing to challenge commitments in antitrust cases (Zlaten Lev Capital), 17 March 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin Financial services, Art. N° 35770

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