CASE COMMENT : PROCEDURES - LITIGATION - RECOVERABLE COSTS - DISPUTE AS TO COSTS

Taxation of costs: The CFI holds that firms that have won the day in Court may well be entitled to recovering substantial costs from the Commission (ICI, Schneider)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI (ord.), 2nd ch., 6 September 2004, Imperial Chemical Industries v. Commission, case T-36/91 DEP and T-37/91 DEP CFI (ord.), 4th ch., 29 October 2004, Schneider Electric v. Commission, case T-310/01 DEP CFI (ord.), 4th ch., 29 October 2004, Schneider Electric v. Commission, case T-77/02 DEP Where, in the absence of agreement between the parties on that point, the Tribunal is called upon to determine the amount of recoverable costs, it is for the Tribunal, pursuant to Articles 91(b) and 92(1) of its Rules of Procedure, to ascertain which of the costs incurred by the successful party have been essential for the purposes of the judicial proceedings.

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Fabien Zivy, Taxation of costs: The CFI holds that firms that have won the day in Court may well be entitled to recovering substantial costs from the Commission (ICI, Schneider), 6 September 2004, Concurrences N° 1-2005, Art. N° 1432, pp. 110-111

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