ALERTS : ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICE - NATIONAL RULES - AVERTISING PROHIBITION

Advertising restrictions : The EU Court of Justice refuses to extend interdiction for Member States of taking measures, which could affect the effect of the competition rules, to a national law prohibiting advertising to liberal professions (Ioannis Doulamis)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Sticking strictly to the conclusions it reached in Joined Cases C-94/04 and C-202/04 (Cipolla), the Court of Justice of the European Communities (CJEC), composed of C.W.A. Timmermans and J.N. Cunha Rodrigues, President of the Chamber, P. Jann (Rapporteur), P. Jann (Rapporteur), P. Jann (Rapporteur) and S. von Bahr (Rapporteur), Judges. European Communities by judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Communities on 20 December 2001, in which it has ruled day, 13 March 2008, in Case C-446/05 (Procureur du Roi v Ioannis Doulamis), to extend the prohibition on Member States taking or maintain in force measures which may impair the effectiveness of the

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Alain Ronzano, Advertising restrictions : The EU Court of Justice refuses to extend interdiction for Member States of taking measures, which could affect the effect of the competition rules, to a national law prohibiting advertising to liberal professions (Ioannis Doulamis), 13 March 2008, Concurrences N° 2-2008, Art. N° 64718, www.concurrences.com

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