*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a judgment already mentioned in connection with the concept of State aid (cf. Concurrences, No. 4-2008, "State aid" column, commentary by Jean-Yves Chérot), the Court examines several procedural issues that are worth noting. This case, which has long been between several express delivery companies and La Poste and its private-law subsidiaries, has given rise to three sets of judgments, following first a reference for a preliminary ruling by the Paris Commercial Court and then a direct appeal by the former companies against the Commission decision denying that the measures complained of by the latter constituted State aid. Ruling on referral after
CASE COMMENT : EC LAW - PROCEDURE - EC LAW - ARTICLE 6.1 ECHR - COMPOSITION OF THE CHAMBER HEARING THE CASE
Art. 6.1 ECHR: The ECJ accepts that a judge who heard and ruled upon a case as president and judge-rapporteur, sits again, as judge-rapporteur, on the same case (Chronopost)
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