The German Federal Court of Justice clarifies conditions for invoking “legal impossibility” as justification for refusal to grant access to an essential facility (Scandlines)

By judgment of 11 December 2012, recently published, the German Federal Court of Justice (“BGH”) annulled the judgment of the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf (“OLG Düsseldorf”) of 7 December 2011 and ruled that Scandlines Deutschland GmbH (“Scandlines”), which is the owner of the ferry port of Puttgarden and sole provider of ferry services between Puttgarden in Germany and Rødby in Denmark, could not

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Tim Kasten, The German Federal Court of Justice clarifies conditions for invoking “legal impossibility” as justification for refusal to grant access to an essential facility (Scandlines), 11 December 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2012, Art. N° 57220

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