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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Right to be Heard But Not to Contest: The Standing of Consumer Associations in Competition Cases

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Chloe Binet (Universtie Catholique de Louvain) discusses Right to be Heard But Not to Contest: The Standing of Consumer Associations in Competition Cases.

ABSTRACT: Subject to two conditions, the right to be heard of consumer associations in merger proceedings gives them standing to challenge a clearance decision on the ground of a breach of that procedural right but not to question the substance of the decision at issue.

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