The Czech Administrative Supreme Court refuses to allow judicial review of a dawn raid (Schneider Electric)

On 13 February 2014, the Supreme Administrative Court rejected cassation complaint lodged by Schneider Electric CZ against the judgment of the Regional Court in Brno which rejected a claim that had been submitted previously against the allegedly unlawful dawn raid that had took place at Schneider Electric premises. The Supreme Administrative Court held that (un)lawfulness of a dawn raid cannot be separately subject to judicial review (it may be review one reviewing the decision on the merits) and that, hence, a claim of Schneider Electric was indeed preliminary wherefore the

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Jiri Kindl, The Czech Administrative Supreme Court refuses to allow judicial review of a dawn raid (Schneider Electric), 13 February 2014, e-Competitions February 2014, Art. N° 66012

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