*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – ECJ (Pres. Order), 30 April 2010, Ziegler v. Commission, Case C-113/09 P (R) Ruling on an appeal against an order for interim measures made by the President of the Court of First Instance of the European Union (CFI), the President of the Court of Justice provides interesting clarifications on the scope of the discretion of the Judge hearing applications for interim measures in the conduct of proceedings. The factual and procedural framework At issue were the facts of price agreements between international removal companies through market sharing and manipulation of the tendering procedure. These alleged acts, which were allegedly committed over a
CASE COMMENTS : PROCEDURES - EC LAW - CARTEL - FINE - BANK GUARENTEE - JUDGE HEARING THE APPLICATION FOR INTERIM MEASURES - BROAD DISCRETION
Interim measures - Role of the President of the EU Court of justice: The ECJ hearing the application for interim measures owns a broad discretion during the procedure (Ziegler)
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