*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On 5 October 2020, the Court of First Instance of the European Union delivered three judgments in substantially identical terms in which it upheld the Commission's power of inspection. However, under the terms of the judgments in Cases T-249/17 (Casino, Guichard-Perrachon and Achats Marchandises Casino SAS (AMC) v Commission), T-254/17 (Intermarché Casino Achats/Commission) and especially T-255/17 (Les Mousquetaires and ITM Entreprises/Commission)the Court of First Instance partially annuls the Commission's decisions of 9 February and 21 February 2017 (Tute 1) ordering the respondents to submit to inspections in accordance with Article 20(1) and (4) of
ALERTS: PROCEDURES - EUROPEAN UNION - INSPECTION – ANNULMENT - EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION
Inspection: The General Court of the European Union partially annuls decisions ordering inspections on the basis of suspicions of exchange of information, after a very dense judgment in which it endeavors to control the content of the evidence justifying an inspection (Casino, Guichard-Perrachon / Achats Marchandises Casino) (Intermarché Casino Achats) (Les Mousquetaires / ITM Entreprises)
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