Bo Vesterdorf, Sep 01, 2005
This paper sets out personal reflections on the role of the judiciary within a primarily administrative system of enforcement of the competition laws. The paper first goes through a short description of the basic features of the EC system of competition law enforcement. Second, it addresses the role of the Community Courts in judicially reviewing the European Commissions decisions. Third, it provides an overview, including statistical information, on the functioning of the current system. Fourth, it offers certain ideas for potential future changes and improvements to the system of judicial review.