The European Court of Justice dismisses applications to intervene in an appeal against a Commission decision not to grant legal privilege to two sets of documents copied by the Commission in the course of a dawn raid (Akzo Nobel)

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has dismissed applications to intervene in an appeal by Akzo Nobel Chemicals Ltd (Akzo) and Akcros Chemicals Ltd (Akcros) against a Commission Decision not to grant legal privilege to two sets of documents copied by the Commission in the course of a dawn raid. In 2003, the Commission ordered Dutch company Akzo and its British subsidiary Akcros to submit to an investigation into allegations of price-fixing. During a dawn raid at Akzo‘s premises in the

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Martin Favart, The European Court of Justice dismisses applications to intervene in an appeal against a Commission decision not to grant legal privilege to two sets of documents copied by the Commission in the course of a dawn raid (Akzo Nobel), 9 September 2009, e-Competitions Bulletin September 2009, Art. N° 43794

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