The Czech Supreme Administrative Court renders two rulings dealing with access of complainants to files in competition proceedings (Asiana v Student Agency and Litvinovska uhelna cases)

Just few days apart in March 2013 (on 20 March and 28 March 2013), the Supreme Administrative Court rendered two rulings which deal with access of complainants to files regarding competition proceedings to which they were not direct participants. In the first case, the Supreme Administrative Court refused to grant access to files to ASIANA, a bus transport company, regarding files of proceedings over alleged abuse of dominant position by its competitor Student Agency. In the second case, the Supreme Administrative Court cancelled Regional Court in Brno judgment that refused (in the eyes of the Supreme Administrative Court unjustifiably) to grant such access to Litvinovska uhelna, a mining company, which complained against a merger approval in energy business issued by the Office for

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Jiri Kindl, The Czech Supreme Administrative Court renders two rulings dealing with access of complainants to files in competition proceedings (Asiana v Student Agency and Litvinovska uhelna cases), 28 March 2013, e-Competitions March 2013, Art. N° 52498

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