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EU’s General Court faces uptick in DMA and ‘preliminary reference’ work, top judge says

More litigation triggered by the EU's new tech legislation or referred from judges in European countries will arrive at the bloc's first-tier court, Marc van der Woude said, posing challenges for managing an increase in caseload.
At the same time, certain competition-law litigation around antitrust abuses is slowly dropping off,

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