The Italian Supreme Court reaffirms the principle that infringement decisions of the Competition Authority constitute “privileged evidence” in follow on compensation claims (Private motor insurance cartel)

On 04 March 2013, an order of the Corte di Cassazione - the Italian Supreme Court - reaffirmed the principle that infringement decisions of the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) constitute “privileged evidence” in follow on compensation claims. This order is related, yet again, to disputes following on from the cartel found in the private motor insurance sector in 2000. The ICA’s

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Filippo Fioretti, The Italian Supreme Court reaffirms the principle that infringement decisions of the Competition Authority constitute “privileged evidence” in follow on compensation claims (Private motor insurance cartel), 4 March 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2013, Art. N° 77273

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