The Spanish High Court rejects the appeal brought by a consultancy firm fined for acting as a facilitator in a car cartel (ANT)

In 2015, the Spanish Competition Authority ("CNMC") sanctioned a cartel of Land Rover dealers, and found that a consultancy firm, ANT Servicalidad, was also liable for the conduct as it acted as a facilitator of the cartel. In a recent judgment, the Spanish High Court rejected the appeal brought by this consultancy firm and confirmed the fine imposed by the CNMC. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW - KEY TAKEAWAYS The Spanish High Court established that the principle of non-bis in idem

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Rafael Baena, Pablo Velasco, The Spanish High Court rejects the appeal brought by a consultancy firm fined for acting as a facilitator in a car cartel (ANT), 27 July 2020, e-Competitions July 2020, Art. N° 97569

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