CASE COMMENTS: INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LAW – ABUSE OF A DOMINANT POSITION – PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT – EVIDENCE – NULLITY

Italy: The Court of Milan rules on the extent of the evidentiary value of the decision of the Competition Authority and the civil consequences (SEA)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a judgment of 30 July 2020, published on 9 December last, the specialized section of the Milan Court of Commerce ruled on the extent of the probative value of the Competition Authority's decision and the civil consequences in an action launched following a decision sanctioning practices similar to those denounced before the judge on the basis of abuse of a dominant position. More specifically, by a decision of 26 November 2008 No. A377 ["Decision No. A377"], the Competition and Market Authority ["AGCM"] or ["Competition Authority"] had sanctioned the company SEA for abusing its dominant position (this position stems from the fact that it enjoys the

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Silvia Pietrini, Italy: The Court of Milan rules on the extent of the evidentiary value of the decision of the Competition Authority and the civil consequences (SEA), 30 July 2020, Concurrences N° 1-2021, Art. N° 99217, pp. 229-230

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