The Czech Supreme Administrative Court clarifies rules for determining limitation period for imposition of fines for continuous offences (Price Plans)

On 15 April 2015, the Supreme Administrative court cancelled the previous judgment of the Regional Court in Brno which rejected claim against penalty imposed upon O2 Czech Republic (or rather its predecessor) for an abuse of dominant position. Both judgments relate to a case with long history and they relate only to the question of an imposition of penalty for the abuse in question while the issue of guilt has been already finally decided upon previously. O2 Czech Republic nevertheless contested the fact that the fine had been imposed (on the basis of the invoked lapse of limitation period) as well as the amount of the fine. While rejecting most of the objections by O2 Czech Republic the Supreme Administrative court concurred with a plea that the

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Jiri Kindl, The Czech Supreme Administrative Court clarifies rules for determining limitation period for imposition of fines for continuous offences (Price Plans), 15 April 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2015, Art. N° 72927

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