*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cancellation litigation is adapting to the Internet. This could be summarised in two recent decisions in which the CFI ruled, for the first time, that "the fact that the Commission gives third parties full access to the text of a decision placed on its website, combined with the publication of a summary notice in the Official Journal of the European Union enabling interested parties to identify the decision in question and advising them of the possibility of access via the Internet, must be regarded as a publication within the meaning of the fifth paragraph of Article 230 of [the EC Treaty]" (Fred Olsen judgment, paragraph 80). - Air Bourbon Order,
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES - EC PROCEDURE LAW - TIME LIMIT TO ACT AGAINST THE EC COMMISSION - STATE AID
State Aid: The CFI holds that publication of a summary notice, combined with the fact of putting the full text of a decision on the Internet, triggers the time-limit for submitting an action for annulment (Fred Olsen - Air Bourbon)
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