The Spanish Supreme Court annuls, in two landmark rulings, two decisions from the Competition Authority due to a violation of the fundamental right to inviolability of the home by the Authority (UNESA)

The Spanish Supreme Court annuls, in two landmark rulings, two decisions from the Competition Authority due to a violation of the fundamental right to inviolability of the home by the Authority The Supreme Court has annulled inspections carried out by the National Competition Commission (NCC) in two separate infringement procedures (Judgments of 10 December 2014). In two recent landmark judgments,

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Pedro Callol, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Manuel Canadas Bouwen, The Spanish Supreme Court annuls, in two landmark rulings, two decisions from the Competition Authority due to a violation of the fundamental right to inviolability of the home by the Authority (UNESA), 10 December 2014, e-Competitions December 2014, Art. N° 96007

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