ALERT: UNILATERAL PRACTICE - ABUSE OF DOMINANT POSITION - REFUSAL TO SUPPLY - ACCESS TO NETWORK - UNREASONABLE CONDITIONS - SANCTION

Abuse of dominant position: The General Court of the European Union confirms on all points the Commission’s decision sanctioning the Polish incumbent telecom operator for denying access to its network to competitors under fair, transparent and non-discriminatory conditions (Orange Polska)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Court of First Instance, 17 December 2015, Judgment T-486/11 (Orange Polska) Definitely a bad day for Orange. In addition to being sanctioned by the Competition Authority (see below), Orange saw the action brought by its Polish subsidiary, Orange Polska S.A., also the Polish incumbent operator, against the Commission's decision of 22 June 2011. sanctioned it for abuse of a dominant position, which was rejected in its entirety by the Court of First Instance of the European Union in a judgment delivered on 17 December 2015 in Case T-486/11 (Orange Polska). In the present case, the incumbent operator, Orange Polska, was not accused of having implemented a

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Alain Ronzano, Abuse of dominant position: The General Court of the European Union confirms on all points the Commission’s decision sanctioning the Polish incumbent telecom operator for denying access to its network to competitors under fair, transparent and non-discriminatory conditions (Orange Polska), 17 December 2015, Concurrences N° 1-2016, Art. N° 78095, www.concurrences.com

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