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Fines – Scope of judicial review: The EFTA Court highlights scope of judicial review over decisions imposing fines (Posten Norge)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. EFTA Court, 18 April 2012, Posten Norge v EFTA Surveillance Authority, Case E-15/10 A judgment of the EFTA Court of 18 April 2012 completes the indications provided by the EU Court in the KME judgment (8 December 2011, KME Germany and Others v Commission, cases C 272/09 P and C-389/10 P, see Concurrences No. 2-2011, this Chronicle, p. 181) on the delicate question of the application of the guarantees provided for in Article 6 of the ECHR in the context of appeals against decisions imposing fines in competition matters and, in particular, on the scope of judicial review. The EFTA Surveillance Authority imposed in 2010 a fine of more than €12 million on

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Pascal Cardonnel, Fines – Scope of judicial review: The EFTA Court highlights scope of judicial review over decisions imposing fines (Posten Norge), 18 April 2012, Concurrences N° 3-2012, Art. N° 48478, pp. 193-194

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