Gambling is a regulatory area where Member States, due to their moral and cultural differences, enjoy a wide margin of discretion when choosing their objectives and thus market structure, however such freedom is not without boundaries: restrictive measures, such as state monopolies, must nevertheless satisfy the requirements best summarised by the landmark decision of Gebhard. The post Gambling law’s repeated contribution to the justification framework: An even higher bar set for restrictive national measures? appeared first on Advocatus.
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