CASE COMMENTS: ANTICOMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS - FINES – UNLIMITED JURISDICTION – EXERCISE RATIONE TEMPORIS

Unlimited jurisdiction : The General Court of the European Union confirms that its unlimited jurisdiction is to be exercised taking into consideration the situation at the time of its ruling and takes into account the alleged inability of a company to pay a fine (Pilkington Group)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article in French, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. EU, Dec. 17, 2014, Pilkington Group, Case T-72/09 "The car Monsieur Fernand ! The car !" Audiard, in his Tontons flingueurs, had he anticipated, certainly in another context, the most cartelized consumer product? Let's draw up an inventory, without the references that would confuse the reader, but like Prévert in a major business school: graphite electrodes; steel; cleats; electrical components; computer components; thermal stabilizers; PVC; tires... "L'auto Monsieur Fernand !" The car... Not to mention the glass: windshield, rear window and side windows. The Pilkington Group understood that. Before, but like the Commission, always alert,

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Etienne Thomas, Unlimited jurisdiction : The General Court of the European Union confirms that its unlimited jurisdiction is to be exercised taking into consideration the situation at the time of its ruling and takes into account the alleged inability of a company to pay a fine (Pilkington Group), 17 December 2014, Concurrences N° 2-2015, Art. N° 72740, pp.82-84

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