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Antitrust Alert: The Netherlands Authority For Consumers And Markets Publishes Settlement Guidelines
ACM first applied its simplified settlement procedure in a 2015 cartel case involving vinegar producers.
Netherlands
11 Jan 2019
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Commission Recovers From Turbulence And Re-Adopts Air Cargo Decision
The Commission recently re-adopted its air cargo cartel decision after the General Court annulled its original decision for inconsistencies on procedural grounds.
Netherlands
17 May 2017
3
Commission Can Use Cartel Intel From Agencies Active In Areas Other Than Competition
The European Court of Justice recently confirmed that in proving a cartel, the Commission can rely on evidence legally transmitted to it by a national tax authority.
Netherlands
17 May 2017
4
Parent Companies May Pay For Subsidiary's Time-Barred Wrongs
It should be no surprise to companies that they may be held liable for their subsidiaries' cartel wrongdoings.
Netherlands
17 May 2017
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The Netherlands - Dutch Court Dismisses ABB's Passing-On Defence In Private Enforcement Litigation
. According to ABB, the magnitude of the overcharge was to be determined by comparing ABB's profit margins for GIS during its participation in the cartel and thereafter.
European Union
17 May 2017
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The Leniency Dilemma Revisited
Leniency applicant Evonik recently managed to successfully block the publication of a more detailed version of an earlier cartel decision. Time will tell whether this success is a Pyrrhic victory.
European Union
20 Apr 2017
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To Settle Or Not To Settle: All Bets Off In Cartel Cases
Losing out on the 10% fine reduction in return for settling isn't the only risk when pulling out of settlement negotiations with the European Commission.
Netherlands
27 Feb 2017
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For Your Eyes Only: No Disclosure Of Settlement To Other Cartel Members
The District Court of The Hague recently clarified that a claimant in a cartel damages action does not have to disclose a settlement agreement with a defendant to the co-defendants.
Netherlands
17 Nov 2016
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Dutch Supreme Court Accepts Passing-On Defense In Private Enforcement Litigation
The ruling resulted from a civil claim for damages brought by the electricity company TenneT against the gas-insulated switchgear ("GIS") manufacturer ABB.
Netherlands
3 Aug 2016
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Court Hears Cartel Damages Claim Despite Arbitration Clause
An arbitration clause did not prevent the Rotterdam District Court from considering itself competent to review a damages claim initiated by a litigation vehicle against a number of lift manufacturers...
Netherlands
20 Jul 2016
11
A Subsidiary's Disobedience No Reason To Let Parent Company Off The Hook
According to settled case law, there is a rebuttable presumption that a parent company exercises decisive influence over its wholly-owned subsidiary and can be held responsible for the subsidiary's cartel conduct.
European Union
19 Jul 2016
12
Dutch Supreme Court Clarifies The Passing-On Defence In Cartel Damage Cases
Today the Dutch Supreme Court ruled in TenneT/ABB on the application of the passing-on defence in cartel damage cases.
Netherlands
14 Jul 2016
13
Dutch Competition Authority's Fining Methodology Upheld By The Highest Dutch Appeal Court
On 24 March 2016, the Industry Appeals Tribunal (the "Tribunal"), the highest Dutch administrative appeal court in competition law matters, upheld a judgment of a lower court...
Netherlands
18 May 2016
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Information Requests In Competition Investigations: No Fishing Please
A recent ruling by the European Court of Justice clarifies that companies should put more thought into answering requests for information by the European Commission.
European Union
18 Apr 2016
15
Summer Is Coming! And So Are Hefty Cartel Fines
The Act increasing the maximum fine that the Authority for Consumers and Markets can impose for cartel infringements is set to enter into force on 1 July 2016.
Netherlands
18 Apr 2016
16
Mum's The Word: Antitrust Risks Of Public Announcements
The European Commission recently published draft commitments by a number of container liner shipping companies to refrain from making regular public announcements about future price increase intentions.
European Union
15 Mar 2016
17
The First Blow Is Half The Battle: The Torpedo In (International) Legal Proceedings
Daan Beenders and Wouter Hofstee describe the relevance of procedural law for strategic considerations in international litigation.
Netherlands
20 Jan 2016
18
Transcripts Of Oral Leniency Statements Should Be Disclosed
Oral leniency statements do not enjoy the intended protection against disclosure.
Netherlands
15 Jan 2016
19
European Commission Back To The Drawing Board After Air Freight Fright
The General Court agreed with the air carriers on there being a contradiction between the grounds and the operative part of the contested decision.
European Union
14 Jan 2016
20
Cartel Facilitators No Better Than Participants
Participating in a cartel as well as contributing to the implementation of a cartel can lead to substantial fines.
European Union
18 Nov 2015
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