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Synonyms for court of justice

a tribunal that is presided over by a magistrate or by one or more judges who administer justice according to the laws

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Failing this, the Commission may refer them to the European Court of Justice.
Anheuser-Busch challenged the ruling in the European Court of Justice, arguing that the earlier verdict was wrong because its Czech rival had only submitted vital documents after a deadline.
In April 2009, the European Commission (EC) filed suit against Sweden in the European Court of Justice, and the court determined that Sweden must implement the European Union (EU) Data Retention Directive.
2007, the European Court of Justice ruled that the Swedish trade unions could not force a foreign company to observe local pay deals.
oItAEs a bit disappointing because the hope was that the European Commission and the European Court of Justice were actually in favour of markets opening up,o said James Hollins, analyst of gambling stocks at Daniel Stewart & Company
The ruling, if it is ratified by the European Court of Justice, will come as a disappointment to Age Concern which is supporting some 250 unfair dismissal claims by employees forced to retire at 65.
Rulings by NAFTA tribunals already have begun mimicking the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights, the judicial bodies of the European Union that have been leading the attack on the national sovereignty of EU member states.
The European Court of Justice has given its judgment in Case C-356/04 concerning a dispute between two discount supermarket chains, Lidl and Colruyt.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that an information-sharing agreement between the United States and the European Union (EU) is invalid because it violates EU laws.
If necessary, it will take a non-complying member state to the European Court of Justice.
The European Court of Justice said on Tuesday (31 May) in a judgement that it had found Sweden's pharmacy retail monopoly Apoteket AB to be contrary to European Union laws.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has issued two decisions that interpret EU trademark rules.
About two months ago a man and his wife went to the European Court of Justice for her husband to assist her to die.
Then last October, the European Court of Justice overturned the EC's decision, allowing the acquisition to proceed.
The European Court of Justice has dismissed claims that European law allows governments to automatically ban the use in wine brands of geographical designations that are not specifically protected by that country's wine laws.
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