In this article, the author deals with a number of aspects connected to the theme of access to justice and in so doing refers in particular to the most recent disputes that have been brought before the Court of Justice in Luxembourg. The author argues that there is a need to establish clearly, at the outset, the preconditions that natural or legal person must satisfy before they can turn to the Community Court in order to obtain judicial review both of measures taken by the Commission or of the reasons for the Commission’s failure to act.
Access to Justice: Individual Undertakings and EEC Antitrust Law--Problems and Pitfalls,
12 Fordham Int'l L.J. 189
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