*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Aut. conc., Dec. no. 14-D-19 of 18 Dec. 2014 on practices in the cleaning products and insecticides sector and in the hygiene and personal care products sector. The Household and Personal Care and Hygiene Products case is not only attracting attention because of the record level of fines imposed by the Competition Authority ("the Authority"). On the procedural side, there have been some interesting developments regarding leniency. In particular, three issues have been discussed in this case: the scope of leniency, de facto immunity and the cumulation of leniency and non-contentious proceedings. Leniency can only be granted to the economic unit that made
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES - LENIENCY – SCOPE OF APPLICATION – DE FACTO IMMUNITY
Leniency : The French Competition Authority provides clarification on the application of the leniency at a national level (Home and personal care products)
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