CASE COMMENTS : ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES – ARTICLE 101 TFEU – CONTINUOUS INFRINGEMENT – ATTRIBUTABILITY OF THE CONDUCT OF A SUBSIDIARY TO THE PARENT COMPANY – FINES – EFFECTS OF A DECISION OF ANNULMENT FOR A PARENT COMPANY

Accountability of the conduct – Fines: The General Court cancels fines imposed to certain undertakings in the copper fittings sector (Viega, Legris Industries, Comap, IMI, Kaimer, FRA.BO, Tomkins, IBP, Aalberts Industries, Pegler)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article in French, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. EU, 24 March 2011, Viega v Commission, Case T-375/06, "Fittings". Trib. UE, 24 March 2011, Legris Industries v. Commission, Case T-376/06, "Fittings". Trib. EU, 24 March 2011, Comap v Commission, Case T-377/06, "Fittings". Trib. EU, 24 March 2011, IMI and Others v Commission, Case T-378/06, "Fittings". Trib. EU, 24 March 2011, Kaimer and Others v Commission, Case T-379/06, "Fittings". Trib. EU, 24 March 2011, FRA.BO v Commission, Case T-381/06, "Fittings". Trib. EU, 24 March 2011, Tomkins v. Commission, Case T-382/06, "Fittings". Trib. UE, 24 March 2011, IBP and International Building Products France v Commission, Case T-384/06,

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Cyril Sarrazin, Accountability of the conduct – Fines: The General Court cancels fines imposed to certain undertakings in the copper fittings sector (Viega, Legris Industries, Comap, IMI, Kaimer, FRA.BO, Tomkins, IBP, Aalberts Industries, Pegler), 24 March 2011, Concurrences N° 2-2011, Art. N° 35960, pp. 98-100

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