CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES – BREACH – COMPENSATION

Reasonable period to adjudicate: The Court of Justice of the European Union notices one more time the General Court’s failure to adjudicate within a reasonable period and sends it back the responsibility to decide on the compensation for the damage suffered (CEPSA, PROAS, Repsol)

De ces trois arrêts, l’on retiendra, au plan procédural, la confirmation de la jurisprudence, désormais bien établie, relative à la violation par le Tribunal du délai raisonnable de jugement (CJUE, 23 nov. 2013, Groupe Gascogne c/ Commission, C-58/12 P, Kendrion c/ Commission, C-50/12 P et Gascogne Sack Deutschland c/ Commission, C-40/12 P, cette Chronique, Concurrences n° 1‑2014, p. 170 ; 8 mai 2014, Bolloré c/ Commission, C-414/12 P ; 12 juin

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Alexandre Lacresse, Reasonable period to adjudicate: The Court of Justice of the European Union notices one more time the General Court’s failure to adjudicate within a reasonable period and sends it back the responsibility to decide on the compensation for the damage suffered (CEPSA, PROAS, Repsol), 1 September 2016, Concurrences Review Nº 3-2016, Art. N° 80966, pp. 143-144

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