The EU judge and the unlimited jurisdiction over the Commission’s decisions

The EU judicial review of the Commission’s decisions generates an abundant case law. This Trends aims to clarify the major difficulties that arise from the concept of "unlimited jurisdiction" and that manifest themselves both at the level of the control standard to which the Commission’s decisions are subject and at the level of reform powers at the judge’s disposal.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Introduction [1] David BOSCO Professor, University of Aix-Marseille Thierry DE BOVIS [2] Referendary, Court of Justice of the European Union 1. The subject of judicial review of Commission decisions by the Union judge is, in the words of J.-P. Christienne [3], "in full swing". The phenomenon of increasing fines imposed by the Commission is not unrelated to this; companies see recourse to the courts as a salutary opportunity to obtain a reduction in their penalty. However, the contours of this control are not perfectly clear and, recently, the most important difficulties seem to focus on the notion of "full jurisdiction" [4]. These difficulties, which the

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