In a landmark decision, the European Court of Justice has ruled that national courts cannot act unilaterally but must first engage the consultative process spelled out by EU rules.
The ruling by the EU’s highest court, handed down April 2, potentially lifts a cloud over future litigation involving the Spanish airline Vueling, which brought the appeal.
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