The Luxembourg Administrative Court confirms the fines and daily penalties imposed by the Competition Authority on undertakings for not communicating explicit information to the Competition Inspectorate (SECS)

Background of the case 1. The flooring works in the new court buildings in the city of Luxembourg are still the object of the most prolific cartel procedure in the recent history of Luxembourg competition law. The case has already led to several decisions while the cartel investigations are still pending and no definitive decision on the merits of the case has been adopted. With three judgments of 13 November 2008, the Luxembourg Administrative Court (Cour administrative) put an end to the action for annulment introduced by three flooring firms against 6 decisions of the Competition Council (Conseil de la concurrence) of 30 March 2007 [1] imposing fines and daily penalties on those firms for not having communicated sufficient information to the Competition Inspection (Inspection de

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  • Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)
  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (London)

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Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch, Elie Raimond, The Luxembourg Administrative Court confirms the fines and daily penalties imposed by the Competition Authority on undertakings for not communicating explicit information to the Competition Inspectorate (SECS), 13 November 2008, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 24237

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