The EU Court of Justice issues its first ruling on the use of so-called ’hybrid settlement’ procedures in cases in which settlement decisions do not cover all parties to an infringement (Pometon)

In its ruling in Pometon (C-440/19 P), the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") issued its first ruling on the use of so-called 'hybrid settlement' procedures in cases in which settlement decisions do not cover all parties to an infringement. What you need to know – key takeaways The ECJ has validated the European Commission's use of 'hybrid settlement' procedures in cases in which settlement decisions do not cover all parties to an infringement. However, to the extent that facts relating to the involvement of non-settling parties must be

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Donald Slater, The EU Court of Justice issues its first ruling on the use of so-called ’hybrid settlement’ procedures in cases in which settlement decisions do not cover all parties to an infringement (Pometon), 18 March 2021, e-Competitions March 2021, Art. N° 99976

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