*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 27 September 2006, Dresdner Bank and Others v Commission, Joined Cases T-44/02 OP, T-54/02 OP, T-56/02 OP, T-60/02 OP and T-61/02 OP. The Court of First Instance of the European Communities has just made some clarifications on the nature and conduct of the opposition procedure, which is not so frequent and therefore deserves to be pointed out. The German Banks case We still remember the German Banks affair, in which the European Commission had, following a series of investigations against some 150 banking institutions established in seven Member States of the Community, adopted, inter alia, a decision finding that a number of
CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - LITIGATION - ACTION FOR OPPOSITION - ADMISSIBILITY
Action for admission: The CFI gives a few specifics about the opposition procedure (Dresdner Bank)
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