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General Court Rules On Commission Dawn Raids And Legal Professional Privilege
They therefore requested that the investigations in relation to Alcogroup should be suspended. In its reply of 8 May 2015, the Commission rejected this request.
European Union
22 May 2018
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Skype Fined EUR 30,000 For Refusal To Cooperate With Data Protection Law Enforcement Authorities
The case ended up with the Court which first examined if Belgian courts had jurisdiction over Skype.
Belgium
16 Jan 2017
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French Court Upholds Competition Authority’s Global Seizure Of Electronic Mailboxes
The Versailles Court of Appeal upheld the global seizure by the French Competition Authority of electronic mailboxes during dawn raids.
France
21 May 2014
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German Court Approves Disclosure Of Leniency Application And Confidential Version Of Commission Decision To Civil Court Reviewing Damage Claim
The German Higher Regional Court of Hamm ruled that a leniency application submitted by a cartelist may be disclosed by the public prosecutor to a civil court.
Germany
24 Mar 2014
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Brussels Court Of Appeal Recognises Legal Professional Privilege To In-House Lawyers
On 5 March 2013, the Brussels Court of Appeal delivered a landmark judgment judgment finding that in-house lawyers' communications benefit from the so-called "legal professional privilege".
Belgium
3 Apr 2013
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Court Of Justice Of The EU Sides With Deutsche Post And Germany That Commission Injunctions To Provide Information Can Be Challenged
In its judgment handed down on 13 October 2011, the Court of Justice overturned the General Court’s ruling that appeals by Germany and Deutsche Post AG ("Deutsche Post") relating to a Commission injunction requesting information in state aid investigations were inadmissible.
European Union
13 Dec 2011
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