EU FRAUD AND LIMITATION PERIODS: THE “TARICCO RULE” IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL DUE TO CONTRAST WITH THE PRINCIPLE OF CERTAINTY

An emblematic case of dialogue between Courts The Taricco case is a significant example of “dialogue between Courts”. Often, such dialogue is intentionally sought, although doubts may remain as to its effective feasibility. With the Taricco case, however, by means of the decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and of…