CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES – EFFECTIVE JUDICIAL REMEDY – UNLIMITED JURISDICTION – SETTING OF FINES

Effective judicial remedy: The Court of Justice confirms General Court’s exercise of unlimited jurisdiction over antitrust fines imposed by the Commission (KME Germany/Commission, Chalkor/Commission)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. (see also, supra, "Agreements" column, obs. C. Sarrazin, article 42258 and section 42260) CJEU, 8 December 2011, KME Germany and Others v Commission, Case C-272/09 P, "Industrial copper tubes and copper plumbing tubes". CJEU, 8 December 2011, KME Germany and Others v Commission, Case C-389/10 P, "Industrial copper tubes and copper plumbing tubes". CJEU, 8 December 2011, Chalkor v Commission, Case C-386/10 P, "Industrial copper tubes and copper plumbing tubes". In three judgments handed down on the same day concerning cartels in the copper industrial tubes and plumbing tubes sectors, the Court of Justice has just given important clarifications

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Alexandre Lacresse, Effective judicial remedy: The Court of Justice confirms General Court’s exercise of unlimited jurisdiction over antitrust fines imposed by the Commission (KME Germany/Commission, Chalkor/Commission), 16 February 2012, Concurrences N° 1-2012, Art. N° 42298, pp. 181-182

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