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30th June 2020
External Relations & Trade Justice & Litigation

Op-Ed: “The CFSP derogation before the Court – ongoing developments” by Merijn Chamon

As noted in an earlier piece on EU Law Live, staff cases are often overlooked, but may at times have important ramifications for other areas of EU law. SatCen v KF and SC v Eulex Kosovo which were ruled on last week, on appeal from the General Court, by separate Chambers of the Court of Justice, are such cases and fit in the line of CFSP staff cases that touch on three broader issues:

The procedural question of the relationship between the annulment procedure (Article 263 TFEU) and the arbitration clause (Article 272 TFEU) The question pertaining to the EU Courts’ jurisdiction in CFSP matters (see generally on this, Chapter V of Graham Butler’s ‘Constitutional Law of the EU’s CFSP’). The possibility to exclude the EU Court’s jurisdi
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