The EU Court of Justice rules that the Commission commitments procedure does not preclude national Competition Authority or courts from applying EU competition law and considering any agreement anti-competitive (Gasorba / Repsol)

In its Judgment of 23 November 2017, the ECJ analysed the implications of the Commission commitments procedure (Article 9 of Council Regulation 1/2003) when it comes to the adjudication by national courts on the same facts. The commitments procedure

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Pedro Callol, The EU Court of Justice rules that the Commission commitments procedure does not preclude national Competition Authority or courts from applying EU competition law and considering any agreement anti-competitive (Gasorba / Repsol), 23 November 2017, e-Competitions November 2017, Art. N° 96420

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