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Cartels: Significant Developments In November 2016
In this section, we give a factual overview of a significant case development at EU level, and then provide a more detailed analysis of the important substantive and procedural developments addressed in this case.
European Union
20 Dec 2016
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ECJ Dismisses Appeal In Italian Raw Tobacco Cartel Case
On 12 June 2014, the ECJ handed down a judgment dismissing in its entirety an appeal brought by Deltafina against an earlier ruling by the General Court.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
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ECJ Holds That Companies Involved In Price-Fixing Can Be Held Liable For Damage Incurred Outside A Cartel
The ECJ handed its judgment in Kone AG and Others V ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG, finding that participants in a cartel may be held liable for damage caused outside the cartel.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
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ECJ Upholds GC Ruling In Plastic Industrial Bags Cartel Case
The ECJ judgment arises from a 2005 decision in which the Commission imposed fines totalling €290.71 million on sixteen companies for infringing Article 101(1) TFEU.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
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UK Businessman Convicted For Role In Water-Storage Tank Cartel
Peter Snee, Managing Director of Franklin Hodge Industries, was convicted for his role in the fixing of prices on the market for water-storage tanks.
UK
30 Jul 2014
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Disclosure Of Criminal Investigation File To Civil Court Reviewing Cartel Damages Claim Does Not Infringe Fundamental Rights
The Constitutional Court did not accept the complaints by several companies that were found to have committed a cartel offence.
Germany
21 May 2014
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German Labour Court Rejects Damages Claims By ThyssenKrupp Against Its Former Board Member And Managing Director
The Labour Court of Essen rejected all damages claims against the former Executive Board Member and Managing Director of a ThyssenKrupp subsidiary.
Germany
21 May 2014
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Germany Extradites Italian National To US For Alleged Participation In Marine Hose Cartel
On 4 April 2014, the German authorities extradited an Italian national to the United States to face antitrust charges under the US Sherman Act.
Germany
21 May 2014
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Rotterdam Court Annuls Dutch Competition Authority’s Cartel Decision Due To Violation Of Rights Of Defence And Insufficient Evidence
The District Court of Rotterdam annulled the Dutch Competition Authority's fines for alleged participation in a cartel in the double-glazing market.
Netherlands
21 May 2014
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UK Supreme Court Rules That Time For Bringing Damages Actions Is Not Extended By Appeals By Other Addressees Of Infringement Decision
The UK Supreme Court delivered its judgment on an appeal challenging a Court of Appeal decision, finding that damages actions had been brought in time.
UK
21 May 2014
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ECJ Partially Upholds Appeals Against General Court Judgment In Gas Insulated Switchgear Cartel Case
The European Court of Justice handed down two judgments partially upholding appeals brought by the European Commission.
European Union
19 May 2014
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French Court Of Appeal Awards Doux € 1.66 Million In Damages
On 27 February 2014, the Paris Court of Appeal awarded the poultry breeder Doux € 1.66 million in damages against Ajinomoto Eurolysine.
France
23 Apr 2014
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General Court Confirms Inaccessibility Of Inability To Pay Requests
The General Court of the EU delivered its judgment on an appeal by Reagens, seeking the annulment of a refusal to access file documents in a cartel case.
European Union
17 Apr 2014
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Dutch Competition Authority’s Fining Methodology Upheld In Court
The Dutch Competition Authority was entitled to take the EU-wide turnover of the companies concerned as the basis for the imposition of fines.
Netherlands
17 Apr 2014
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General Court Confirms Validity Of Commission's Requests For Information In Cement Cartel Case
The General Court of the European Union delivered its judgment on appeals lodged by seven cement companies.
European Union
16 Apr 2014
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EU General Court Reduces Saint-Gobain Group’s Fine In Car Glass Cartel Case
The General Court of the EU handed down its judgment on an appeal against a decision adopted by the EC in 2008 for participation in the car glass cartel.
European Union
16 Apr 2014
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European Court Of Justice Reduces Fine Of Ballast Nedam In Dutch Road Bitumen Cartel Case
The ECJ handed down a ruling partially setting aside the GC’s judgment in the road bitumen cartel case and reducing the fine imposed on Ballast Nedam.
European Union
16 Apr 2014
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Paris Court Of Appeal Confirms € 367.95 Million Fine In Detergent Cartel Case
On 30 January 2014, the Paris Court of Appeal confirmed a decision of the French Competition Authority imposing fines totalling € 367.95 million.
France
25 Mar 2014
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General Court Reduces Fines Imposed In LCD Panel Cartel Case
The General Court handed down two separate judgments concerning appeals against EC fines for participation in a cartel on the market of LCD panels.
European Union
24 Mar 2014
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ECJ Upholds Commission’s Right To Refuse Access To Cartel Documents
The Court of Justice of the European Union issued a judgment, upholding the European Commission’s right to refuse access to cartel documents.
European Union
24 Mar 2014
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