CASE COMMENT : PROCEDURE – CARTELS –PUBLICATION OF AN ART. 101 TFEU INFRINGEMENT DECISION – REFUSAL TO GRANT CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT

Cartels: The President of the General Court enjoins the European Commission to refrain from publishing a non-confidential version of an Art. 101 TFEU infringement decision (Pilkington)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. EU (Pres. Ord.) 11March 2013, Pilkington v Commission, Case T-462/12 R The order of 11 March 2013 by which the President of the Court of First Instance of the European Union in his capacity as Judge hearing applications for interim measures ordered the Commission to refrain from publishing certain confidential data relating to one of the members of the cartel of automotive glass (Commission Decision of 12 November 2008 C(2008)6815 final) adds a new stone to the ongoing case-law concerning access by victims of cartels to documents held by the competition authorities. In 2008, the Commission imposed fines of around €1.3 billion on the members of the

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Pascal Cardonnel, Cartels: The President of the General Court enjoins the European Commission to refrain from publishing a non-confidential version of an Art. 101 TFEU infringement decision (Pilkington), May 2013, Concurrences N° 2-2013, Art. N° 52053, p. 150

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