The EU Court of Justice dismisses appeals against judgments of the General Court in a cartel case confirming the responsibility of undertakings for the actions of their representative (Paraffin Wax)

Under EU case law, an undertaking can be held responsible for the actions of a person who is authorised to act on its behalf, regardless of any action or knowledge on the part of the managers of that undertaking. Consequently, the Commission may impose fines on an undertaking if it has shown that a

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Richard Burton, The EU Court of Justice dismisses appeals against judgments of the General Court in a cartel case confirming the responsibility of undertakings for the actions of their representative (Paraffin Wax), 16 February 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2017, Art. N° 83600

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