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Judicial review

Litigating against public authorities is not easy. The forum is specific and so are the rules governing the procedure, as is (to some extent) the procedural language itself.

Combating the prerogatives of the State (self-regulation, the presumption of correctness and veracity, and administrative discretion) requires knowledge of how these legal mechanisms work and how they can be attacked.

We act before courts and tribunals on a daily basis in a broad array of judicial review cases and, in particular, in actions relating to competition, public procurement and administrative sanctions.