CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES – BREACH – COMPENSATION

Reasonable period to adjudicate: The Court of Justice of the European Union notices one more time the General Court’s failure to adjudicate within a reasonable period and sends it back the responsibility to decide on the compensation for the damage suffered (CEPSA, PROAS, Repsol)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Of these three judgments, we note, at the procedural level, the confirmation of the case law, now well established, relating to the violation by the Court of First Instance of the reasonable time limit for judgment (CJEU, 23 Nov. 2013, Groupe Gascogne v Commission, C-58/12 P, Kendrionv Commission, C-50/12 P, Kendrion v Commission, C-50/12 P, Kendrion v Commission, Kendrion v

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Alexandre Lacresse, Reasonable period to adjudicate: The Court of Justice of the European Union notices one more time the General Court’s failure to adjudicate within a reasonable period and sends it back the responsibility to decide on the compensation for the damage suffered (CEPSA, PROAS, Repsol), 9 June 2016, Concurrences Nº 3-2016, Art. N° 80966, pp. 143-144

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