The EU Court of Justice dismisses an application to intervene in appeals against the Commission’s 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 EU Court of Justice dismisses an application to intervene in appeals against the Commission’s 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 September 2009, Art. N° 43794

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