Maria Moustakali

European Ombudsman
Case Handler

Maria Moustakali is a Case Handler at the European Ombudsman. Before she was a Legal Officer of Legal and Executive Affairs, EFTA Surveillance Authority. She joined it in 2011. Having graduated from the Law School of the University of Athens, she followed two LL.M. programs, in the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium, on European Law and later in the Law School of Columbia University in the city of New York, USA, on Business Law. She has been a member of the Athens Bar Association since 2007 and had been working in the competition and commercial law department of a law firm in Athens. She has represented the EFTA Surveillance Authority before the EFTA Court and the EU Courts in several competition, State aid and internal market cases.

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Maria Moustakali The EU Court of Justice reiterates that effective judicial protection is a general principle of EU law and finds no error in the examination of the evidence related to abuse of dominance in the telecom sector (Telefónica)

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Case C-295 P Telefónica SA v Commission: the EU judicature’s unlimited jurisdiction in competition cases* The Court of Justice (“CoJ”) handed down its judgment in a very interesting abuse of dominance case, namely Case C-295/12 P Telefónica SA v Commission on 10 July 2014. The judgment deals with (...)

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