CJEC

AcronymDefinition
CJECClub des Jeunes Experts-Comptables et Commissaires aux Comptes (French: Young Accountants and Auditors Club; est. 1983)
CJECCanadian Journal of Educational Communication
CJECCanton Joint Engineering Council (est. 1970; Canton, OH)
CJECCriminal Justice Estimating Conference (Florida)
CJECCarrefour Jeunesse-Emploi Chauveau (French youth employment agency)
CJECCourt of Justice of the European Communities
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7) See the landmark case of CJEC of July 13, 1966, cases 56 and 58/64, Grundig, Consten/Commission, Rep.
15) CJEC of June 8, 1982, case 258/78, Nungesser/Commission, Rep.
17) In fact, the existence/exercise-dichotomy has been first developed in a competition law context, see CJEC of July 13 1962, cases 56 and 58/64, Grundig, Consten/Commission, Rep.
22) See CJEC of June 8, 1982 case 258/78, Nungesser/Commission, Rep.
CJEC of January 28, 1986, case 75/84, Pronuptia, Rep.
50) CJEC of February 18, 1971, case 40/80, Sirena/EDA, Rep.
This implies a certain "legalism," and, by the way, it does so even with respect to license agreements which, according to CJEC of June 8, 1982, case 258/78, Nungesser/Commission, Rep.
TRIPs-Agreement may not be qualified an abuse, unless the conduct is that of a market-dominating enterprise and qualified by additional circumstances, such as in CJEC of April 6, 1995, case C-241 and C-242/91P, RTE and ITP, Rep.
53) The CJEC demonstrated a clear willingness to accept different (essentially higher) national environmental standards, even when these conflicted with basic common market principles such as the free movement of goods.