Judge-Rapporteur

Judge-Rapporteur

a judge of the Court of Justice of the European Union who at the start of a case is assigned the task of marshalling the arguments of parties. If required a report for a hearing is prepared summarizing the facts alleged and the arguments of the parties and the interveners, if any. The report is made public in the language of the case at the hearing. He or she also prepares a draft judgment around which deliberation takes place prior to the issue of the final judgment.
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The Registry transmits the file containing the parties' arguments to the court's president and the first advocate-general, who will appoint a judge, judge-rapporteur and an advocate-general in charge of the case.
In the same time, the First Advocate General shall assign each case to an Advocate General as soon as the Judge-Rapporteur has been designated by the President (article 10, paragraph 2, Rules of Procedure).
As explained Kazakov, a hearing is postponed for the second time due to illness of the judge-rapporteur. "Yesterday I met with Abdykadyrov.
We always have a summary from the judge-rapporteur for fellow judges and the advocate-general, but for internal use only.
According to Dimitri Sabatakakis, "the hearing made it possible to demonstrate, as agreed by the judge-rapporteur, that Systran is the exclusive owner of the Systran Unix software".
The Registry transmits the file containing the parties' arguments to the rourt's president and the first advocate-general, who will appoint a judge, judge-rapporteur and an advocate-general in charge of the case.
The advocate-general and the judge-rapporteur (chosen within the chamber) are agreed.
The recourse to those people charged with assisting the judge-rapporteur and to participate in the trial of a case is facilitated.
The judge-rapporteur will be chosen from the judges of the chamber.
It is normally the judge-rapporteur who is responsible for this phase.
Adviser to the Justice Committee and spokesman at the parliament (1973-78), has was appointed as member of the Constitutional Court in 1978 and permanent judge-rapporteur at that court until the end of 1994.
In an intriguing piece of questioning on the final day on the record-breaking 497 million fine levied by the Commission against Microsoft for breach of EU anti-trust rules, Judge-rapporteur John Cooke asked the Commission why it had not apportioned the fine in two separate sums allotted for each of the two alleged abuses by Microsoft.