A UK Court grants a plaintif judicial review against the NCA’s “sensational publicity” and “public relations” policy regarding the disclosure of investigations’ results (Lactalis Mclelland - "Dairy price fixers’ case")

I The facts Eights companies admitted having taken part in a collusion concerning the price of dairy products in the United Kingdom, according to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT). This alleged cartel is known to concern the markets of milk, butter and cheese and has formerly be formalised by the transmission of a Statement of Objections on 20 September 2007. The eighth company having complied with the UK competition authority is the US-based cheese maker Lacatalis McLelland. Lactalis, as the other seven companies -

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Marie-Charlotte Rouzier, A UK Court grants a plaintif judicial review against the NCA’s “sensational publicity” and “public relations” policy regarding the disclosure of investigations’ results (Lactalis Mclelland - "Dairy price fixers’ case"), 15 February 2008, e-Competitions February 2008, Art. N° 16069

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