*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – ECJ, 13 July 2006, Manfredi a. o., joined cases C-295/04 to C-298/04 The judgment which is to lead the Court of Justice of the European Communities to address the question of an action for compensation for damage caused by a breach of the Community competition rules, following on from the Courage judgment (ECJ, 20 Sept. 2001, Courage and Crehan, Case C-453/99, ECR p. I-6297), was awaited. It will no doubt disappoint, so much so that it seems concerned not to pre-empt the current debate on this subject and so anxious, to this end, to adhere to the three principles of procedural autonomy, equivalence and effectiveness, which to date constitute the dogma
CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - LITIGATION - ACTION FOR DAMAGES - REGIME - PROCEDURAL AUTONOMY - LIMITS
Action for damages: The ECJ holds that one must wait a little in order to know more (Manfredi)
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