CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES - ACCESS TO FILE – COMPETITION PROCEDURES – LENIENCY

Access to file: The Court of Justice of the European Union extends its case law relating to access to file to the competition procedures of article 101 TFEU and admits a possible access to the documents obtained by means of a leniency procedure (Commission / EnBW)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. With regard to access to the file, the Court of Justice has consistently closed the loopholes opened by the case-law of the Court of First Instance. / Technische Glaswerke Ilmenau, C 139/07 P; 28 June 2013, Commission v. Éditions Odile Jacob, C 404/10 P, and Commission v. Agrofert Holding, C 477/10 P; 21 Sept. 2010, Sweden and others v. API and Commission, C 514/07 P, C 528/07 P and C 532/07 P, and, 14 Nov. 2013, LPN and Finland v. Commission, C 514/11). Beyond this extension alone, this case is of particular interest as some of the documents requested were obtained by the Commission in the course of a leniency procedure. Moreover, this application for

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Alexandre Lacresse, Access to file: The Court of Justice of the European Union extends its case law relating to access to file to the competition procedures of article 101 TFEU and admits a possible access to the documents obtained by means of a leniency procedure (Commission / EnBW), 27 February 2014, Concurrences N° 2-2014, Art. N° 65999, pp. 160-161

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