CASE COMMENTS: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - COLLUSIVE PRACTICES - SPORTS - ANTIDOPING RULES

Antidoping rules: The ECJ holds that the CFI gave a too narrow definition of the scope of the competition rules, but rejects the application in view of the legitimate objective pursued by the contested rules (Meca-Medina)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. ECJ, 18 July 2006, Meca-Medina and Majcen, case C-519/04 P This case concerns the suspension of two professional swimmers by the International Swimming Federation for the use of certain substances prohibited by the IOC Anti-Doping Rules. According to the two

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Marc van der Woude, Antidoping rules: The ECJ holds that the CFI gave a too narrow definition of the scope of the competition rules, but rejects the application in view of the legitimate objective pursued by the contested rules (Meca-Medina), 18 July 2006, Concurrences N° 4-2006, Art. N° 12548, p. 68

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