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Reform Of Belgian Competition Law
These rules expressly cover cartel negotiations, including aborted cartel discussions.
Belgium
10 Jul 2019
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Court Of Justice Of European Union Sets Aside General Court Judgments Granting Damages For Excessively Long Judicial Proceedings
On 13 December 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union delivered three judgments on separate appeals brought against judgments of the General Court by Gascogne Sack Deutschland ("Gascogne"), Kendrion and Plasticos Españoles ...
European Union
25 Feb 2019
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ECJ Confirms Validity Of Broadly-Worded Jurisdiction Clauses In Article 102 Damages Actions
On 24 October 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued a judgment concerning the interpretation of Article 23 of Council Regulation No. 44/2001 of 22 December 2000 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement ...
European Union
28 Nov 2018
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Belgian Supreme Court Removes One More Hurdle In European Commission's Claim For Damages Against Elevator Cartel
On 22 March 2018, the Belgian Supreme Court dismissed an appeal against an interim judgment of the Brussels Court of Appeal on the damages claim introduced by the European Commission.
Belgium
7 Aug 2018
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Regional Court Of Hanover Grants Cartel Damages Against MAN
The Court rejected part of the claim for purchases which fell outside the period of MAN's involvement in the infringement.
European Union
7 Mar 2018
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General Court Orders EU To Pay Damages For Excessively Long Court Proceedings In Flat Glass Cartel Case
On 7 June 2017, the General Court delivered a judgment in relation to an action claiming damages for excessive duration of judicial proceedings and for an infringement of the principle of equal treatment...
European Union
9 Aug 2017
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Belgian Competition Authority Sanctions Bid-Rigging Cartel In Public Contracts For Railway Infrastructure
On 2 May 2017, the BCA found that ABB, AEG, Siemens, Schneider and Sécheron had engaged in a cartel in the context of public tenders organised by government-owned railway network...
European Union
16 Jun 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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Substantial Changes To The Hungarian Competition Act
On 6 December 2016, the Hungarian Parliament adopted substantial changes to the Hungarian Competition Act, which were published in Hungary's official journal on 15 December 2016.
Hungary
23 Jan 2017
10
EU Cartel And Horizontal Developments Over The Summer
In the following sections, we provide first a factual overview of the significant case developments at EU level, and thereafter a detailed analysis of important substantive or procedural developments addressed in these cases.
European Union
7 Sep 2016
11
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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Greek Competition Authority Introduces New Cartel Settlement Procedure Rules
The settlement procedure is also designed to reduce the number of appeals against the HCC's decisions before administrative courts.
Greece
3 Aug 2016
13
EU Cartel Enforcement In June 2016
In the following sections, we first provide a factual overview of significant case developments at EU level, and thereafter provide a detailed analysis of important substantive or procedural developments...
European Union
14 Jul 2016
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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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Düsseldorf Regional Court Rejects Car Insurer's Claim For Damages Stemming From Car Glass Cartel
On 19 November 2015, the Regional Court of Düsseldorf (the "Court") rejected a car insurer's claim for damages resulting from the European Commission's decision in the car glass cartel case.
Germany
5 Apr 2016
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Belgian Competition Authority Adopts Second Settlement Decision In Industrial Battery Cartel Case
On 23 February 2016, the College of Competition Prosecutors of the Belgian Competition Authority adopted its second settlement decision involving six battery manufacturers on account of their involvement in a price fixing cartel between 2004 and 2014.
Belgium
17 Mar 2016
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Belgian Competition Authority Launches Public Consultation On New Leniency Guidelines
On 10 November 2015, the Belgian Competition Authority launched a public consultation on new draft leniency guidelines in order to revise the current 2007 leniency guidelines.
Belgium
17 Dec 2015
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Belgian Competition Authority Fines Belgian National Lottery For Abuse Of Its Dominant Position
The National Lottery holds a statutory monopoly on the market for public lotteries in Belgium.
Belgium
20 Oct 2015
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ECJ Advocate General Hands Down Opinion On The Relationship Between Commission And NCA Leniency Applications For The Same Cartel
The Italian NCA granted Deutsche Bahn AG full immunity from fines, whereas DHL was only granted a 50% reduction.
European Union
20 Oct 2015
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Dutch Higher Court Upholds Cartel Decisions Despite Use Of Telephone Taps
In June 2013, the District Court annulled two decisions of the DCA regarding, respectively, a cartel in the construction business and a cartel in the ship waste sector.
Netherlands
21 Aug 2015
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