Can the European Union Court of Justice Avoid Conflicts of Interest?
A former head of the EU's competition department is likely to become a judge on the European Union's Court of Justice, which deals with cases concerning competition and antitrust.
For the first time in the history of the European Union’s Court of Justice (ECJ), which deals with cases concerning competition and antitrust, one of its judges will be a former head of the EU’s competition department, raising the spectre of conflicts of interest in the powerful EU court.
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