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General Court Reduces The Fine Imposed On Pometon In Steel Abrasives Cartel Case
On 28 March 2019, the General Court delivered a judgment on an appeal lodged by Pometon against the European Commission's decision in the Steel Abrasives cartel case (Case T-433/16, Pometon SA v. Commission).
European Union
23 May 2019
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EU Cartels Developments In September 2018
Court of Justice partly upholds Infineon appeal against General Court judgment in Smart card chip cartel case, but dismisses Philips appeal.
European Union
7 Nov 2018
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Cartels And Horizontal Developments In The EU In April 2018
In this article, we give a factual overview of a significant case development at EU level, and then provide a more detailed analysis of the developments addressed.
European Union
18 May 2018
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Effects On Trade Between Member States: Freight Forwarding Cartel Case
Under EU case-law, anti-competitive agreements and concerted practices fall within the scope of Article 101 TFEU if there is a sufficient degree of probability that they may have a direct or indirect effect, ...
European Union
22 Mar 2018
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Spanish High Court Annuls € 20 Million Fine Imposed On REPSOL
On 22 December 2017, the Spanish High Court (Audiencia Nacional) delivered a judgment annulling a 2015 decision adopted by the Spanish Competition Authori ...
Spain
22 Mar 2018
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Coordinated Dissemination Of Misleading Medicinal Information May Constitute A Restriction Of Competition "By Object" (Hoffmann-La Roche/Novartis)
To reach this conclusion, the ECJ examined the conduct concerned in its legal and economic context.
European Union
6 Mar 2018
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EU Court Of Justice Dismisses Telefónica's Appeal Concerning Non-Compete Agreement And Confirms Strict Approach To Ancillary Restraints
Non-compete clauses are commonly used in the context of the acquisition of a business to protect a purchaser's investment.
European Union
7 Feb 2018
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Non-Binding Nature Of Commitment Decisions Adopted By The Commission On National Courts
Under the EU commitment procedure set out in Article 9 of Regulation 1/2003, companies may offer commitments to address the competition concerns identified by the European Commission
European Union
17 Jan 2018
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Commission Must State Reasons For Departing From Standard Fining Methodology
In its judgment, the GC held that the Fining Guidelines lay down rules of conduct indicating the approach to be adopted by the Commission and that the Commission cannot depart from them...
European Union
16 Jan 2018
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Clarification Of Relationship Between EU Common Agricultural Policy And Competition Law
The objectives of the EU's common agricultural policy differ from those of EU competition law.
European Union
16 Jan 2018
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EU Courts Bound By Ne Ultra Petita Principle Even When Ruling Of Own Motion
According to British Airways, by raising a plea of its own motion, the GC had grounds to go beyond the form of order set out in British Airways' application for annulment, in particular as it related to a ground...
European Union
16 Jan 2018
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Pre-Stressing Steel Cartel Case – Assessment Of Parent Company's Derivative Liability
A parent company can rebut this presumption by bringing forward sufficient evidence that its subsidiary acted autonomously on the market.
European Union
28 Nov 2017
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European Union
17 May 2017
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Advocate General Wathelet Clarifies Conditions Under Which Companies Can Be Held Liable For Conduct Of Independent Business Service Providers
The case arose from proceedings before the Latvian Competition Council concerning alleged bid-rigging.
European Union
12 Jan 2016
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European Court Of Justice Issues Judgment On Liability Of Cartel Facilitators
On 22 October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("ECJ") issued its judgment in Case C 194/14 P AC-Treuhand v Commission concerning the liability of cartel facilitators under Article 101 TFEU.
European Union
10 Nov 2015
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ECJ Reduces Total's Fine In Paraffin Wax Cartel Case
In 2008, the European Commission found that Total SA and Total Marketing Services had participated, along with other undertakings, in a cartel on the EEA paraffin wax market...
European Union
20 Oct 2015
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General Court Largely Upholds Commission Decision In The TV And Computer Monitor Tubes Cartel
On 9 September 2015, the General Court ("GC") largely upheld the Commission's decision in the TV and computer monitor tubes cartel on both the substantive issues and the general principles followed to set the level of the fines.
European Union
20 Oct 2015
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General Court Rules On 12 Pre-Stressing Steel Cartel Appeals
On 15 July 2015, the General Court ("GC") largely upheld the EU Commission's decision in the pre-stressing steel cartel case in ten judgments on 12 separate appeals brought against the decision.
European Union
21 Aug 2015
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Court Of Justice Dismisses Appeal In LCD Panel Cartel Case
On 8 December 2010, the EU Commission imposed fines of over € 648 million on six Korean and Taiwanese producers of LCD panels used in televisions and computer monitors for operating a price-fixing cartel.
European Union
20 Aug 2015
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General Court Partly Upholds Appeals In Heat Stabilisers Cartels Case
On 15 July 2015, the General Court adopted three judgments partly annulling the decisions adopted by the EU Commission in 2009 and 2010 in the heat stabiliser cartels case.
European Union
20 Aug 2015
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