Petra Lea Láncos - Associate professor of EU law, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Barnabás Hajas - Associate professor of administrative law, Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Roberto Caranta - Professor of Administrative law, University of Torino
Gabriel Doménech-Pascual - Professor of Administrative Law, University of Valencia
John Bell - Emeritus, University of Cambridge
In Randstad, the Court of Justice was improperly called to arbitrate competence conflicts amongst Italy’s highest courts. Specifically, the Court was asked whether the EU principle of effective judicial protection required a third level review of decisions giving – or, rather, not giving – effect to substantive EU law provisions. While the somewhat hands off take on the principle of effective judicial protection was more than appropriate on the facts of the case given the residual procedural autonomy of the Member States, the judgement and – to some extent – the more demanding opinion of the Advocate General raised questions as to what limits are placed on that autonomy by the principle of effective judicial protection.
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