CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES - CARTELS – PUBLICATION OF AN INFRINGEMENT DECISION – CONFIDENTIALITY

Confidentiality : The General Court of the European Union confirms the Commission’s decision to publish information relating to an infringement (Akzo Nobel, Evonik Degussa)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. EU, 28 Jan. 2015, Akzo Nobel v. Commission, Case T-345/12 and Evonik Degussa v Commission, Case T-341/12 Two judgments delivered by the Court of First Instance in January 2015 have just closed, subject to a possible appeal, a dispute between the Commission and certain members of the hydrogen peroxide cartel. Almost nine years after the conviction of the members of that cartel (Decision 2006/903/EC of 3 May 2006), it is the civil consequences of the infringement which gave rise to the dispute and, more specifically, the question of access by the victims to the evidence of the infringement with a view to its use in reparation actions. In December

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Pascal Cardonnel, Confidentiality : The General Court of the European Union confirms the Commission’s decision to publish information relating to an infringement (Akzo Nobel, Evonik Degussa), 28 January 2015, Concurrences N° 2-2015, Art. N° 73127, pp. 155-157

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