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3rd February 2020
Institutional law Justice & Litigation

Op-Ed: “Coordinating Judicial Review in Composite Procedures: GAEC Jeanningros” by Araceli Turmo

The Court of Justice of the European Union’s (CJEU) judgment in GAEC Jeanningros (C-785/18) provides clarification on a topic of growing importance in areas of shared competence in which EU law has established composite administrative procedures which combine national and European stages: identifying the appropriate level of judicial review and its consequences in both the national and EU legal orders.

This case concerned the simplified procedure laid down in Regulation 1151/2012 for minor amendments to product specifications for a protected designation of origin (PDO).

The French Government had issued a decree approving an amended product specification for this PDO and submitted it to the Commission for approval under Arti

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