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EU Court of Justice AG Bobek proposes a unified test for the protection against double jeopardy (ne bis in idem) under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (bpost / Nordzuck)

Advocate General Bobek proposes a unified test for the protection against double jeopardy (ne bis in idem) under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights* That test should rely on a threefold identity: of the offender; of the relevant facts; and of the protected legal interest A Belgian [1] and an Austrian [2] court, seised of competition cases, are seeking guidance from the Court of Justice as to the protection against double jeopardy (the principle ne bis in idem) under the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union [3]. The company bpost, the historical provider of postal services in Belgium, was successively fined by two Belgian authorities. First, it was fined 2.3 million euros by the national sectoral regulator for postal services which concluded that the rebate system

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European Court of Justice, EU Court of Justice AG Bobek proposes a unified test for the protection against double jeopardy (ne bis in idem) under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (bpost / Nordzuck), 2 September 2021, e-Competitions September 2021, Art. N° 102691

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