The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal confirms that a company on which no fine is imposed could still be able to appeal the infringement decision in cases that it is held jointly and severally liable for the cartel infringement of its wholly-owned subsidiary (College van Beroep)

On 18 February 2020 the Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (“CBb”) ruled that a company may still have an interest in bringing proceedings against a cartel infringement decision even if no fine is imposed on it and even if it is not the direct addressee of the infringement decision. In the judgment at hand the interest to

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Pauline Kuipers, The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal confirms that a company on which no fine is imposed could still be able to appeal the infringement decision in cases that it is held jointly and severally liable for the cartel infringement of its wholly-owned subsidiary (College van Beroep), 18 February 2020, e-Competitions February 2020, Art. N° 93795

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