The Irish District Court in Dublin imposes a small charitable donation as punishment on a motor company which pled guilty in the country’s first criminal prosecution of gun jumping (Armalou Holdings)

A small charitable donation for gun-jumping* After an 18 month investigation involving officials from both the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (“CCPC”) and Ireland’s Director of Public Prosecution, and a first-ever criminal prosecution, a company that gun-jumped Irish merger control rules avoided criminal conviction by agreement to donate €2,000 to charity, following a

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Sinead McGarrigle, Philip Andrews, The Irish District Court in Dublin imposes a small charitable donation as punishment on a motor company which pled guilty in the country’s first criminal prosecution of gun jumping (Armalou Holdings), 8 April 2019, e-Competitions Automobile, Art. N° 90213

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