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Over the year we will be tweeting a thread for each of the Court's 70 years of existence. Today: #1966

sets out the criteria for defining a dominant position in connection with exclusionary practices on the basis of anticompetitive effects in the context of the liberalisation of the 👉

: For identifying the law applicable to a , the habitual residence of its recipient is that of the place where the habitual centre of his or her life is located 👉

: Compensation for unused days of paid annual leave granted to must be at least equal to that which would be granted to them if they had been recruited directly 👉

: repayment of € 726,000 by the to the in the context of the recovery of anti-dumping duties 👉

✔️6: The legal basis is the Article 31 of the Statute that states that the Court’s hearings are public.

✔️6: Under the rules of procedure of the Court, the President is responsible for ensuring the proper conduct of a hearing. Rules regulating a hearing fall within this responsibility.

❓6: We were asked to explain how the recently launched streaming service is regulated.

✔️5: The Judges at the bring a variety of legal traditions to the Court and its workings. In this sense, the influence of common law, continental and other legal systems is reflected in the Court’s jurisprudence

✔️4: Cases at the Court can be argued in any of the 24 Official Languages. Wherever necessary, written submissions are translated and oral arguments benefit from simultaneous interpretation.

✔️3: They are appointed by common accord of the governments of the Member States for a term of six years, after consultation of the panel provided for in Article 255.

✔️3: The members the Court are chosen from persons whose independence is beyond doubt and who possess the qualifications required for appointment to the highest judicial offices in their respective countries or who are jurisconsults of recognised competence.

✔️2: The particular Article mentioned, Art.82 GDPR hasn’t yet been the subject of a Court judgment. But did you know you can search for judgments referencing specific articles on legislation via our case law search?

✔️2: Interpretation of is one of the fundamental tasks of the . The Court interprets EU law only in cases brought before it. It does not issue advisory opinions outside the parameters of a case.

❓2 We were asked how an article of a particular EU Regulation should be interpreted.

✔️1 In both cases the issue can end up before the if it is asked to interpret the applicable .
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✔️1Consumers have a number of remedies in such cases. They can try to enforce their rights before national courts or report such practices to consumer associations.

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