The Slovak Supreme Court outlines the principles of effective ex-post court review of dawn raids (Stengl Consulting)

Introduction The Slovak Supreme Court (SSC) issued in February 2015 a ruling concerning the ex-post court review of unannounced inspections (dawn raids). Following the decision of the ECHR in Delta Pekárny [1] which stressed the importance of national judges overseeing the seizures und inspections, the SSC published its third decision [2] proving that dawn raids are increasingly attracting judicial scrutiny regarding procedural rights of undertakings. The commented decision confirms that not only the authorization of the Slovak Competition Authority to conduct dawn raids

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  • Diwok Hermann Petsche (Baker McKenzie Vienna)

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Katerina Schenkova, The Slovak Supreme Court outlines the principles of effective ex-post court review of dawn raids (Stengl Consulting), 4 February 2015, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 74252

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