By its judgment delivered on 11 November 2009, the Italian Last Instance Administrative Court (“Consiglio di Stato”)  upheld the judgment of the Court of First Instance (“Tar Lazio”)  which had annulled the Italian Competition Authority's (“ICA”) commitment decision on the “Federazione Italiana Sport Equestri” case (the Italian equestrian federation, the “FISE”),  since the measures made binding by the ICA were partially different from those offered by the Party in the course of the proceedings. Through the appealed decision, adopted on 15 May 2008, under Art. 14-ter of Law 287/1990 (“the Italian Competition Act”)  , the ICA closed the investigation initiated against the FISE, an organisation which plays a leading role in the promotion of equestrian events in Italy. The investigation
The Italian Administrative Supreme Court upholds a tribunal judgment which partially annulled the Competition Authority’s commitment decision for an excess of power (Federazione Italiana Sport Equestri)
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