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)

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 many interesting 102 TFEU related issues; so several posts will follow. In this post though, I would like to touch upon the very well-structured reiteration of the previous case-law of the CoJ regarding the EU judicature’s obligation to carry out a review exercising its powers of unlimited jurisdiction, basically Case C-386/10 P Chalkor v Commission, Case C-272/09 P KME v Commission and Case C-501/11 P Schinlder Holding v Commission. Very briefly on the facts of the case, the contested Commission

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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), 10 July 2014, e-Competitions July 2014, Art. N° 68050

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