Chapter 6 covers the scope and the standards of judicial review. The chapter clearly distinguishes the review of the findings of the constituent elements of the infringement, on the one hand, and the fine, on the other. The powers of EU Courts are different in these two areas, since EU Courts have ‘unlimited jurisdiction’ for the amount of the fines. The nature of the review, the legal framework and the practice are examined, as well as the interaction between the two types of review. Controversial issues, such as the possibilities of providing new evidence not adduced during the administrative procedure, and the review of ‘complex economic assessments’, deserve particular attention. All these issues are also analysed from a historical and theoretical perspective, and in the light of the right to a fair trial and effective judicial review. A final section deals with two specificities of the outcome of judicial review in competition cases, namely the possibility of partial annulment and the possible extensions of certain findings to other applicants which did not raise a plea or submission.
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