CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES – ANNULMENT OF THE COMMISSION’S DECISION – CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS OF THE INFRINGEMENT

Unlimited jurisdiction: The Court of Justice of the European Union finds that the General Court’s unlimited jurisdiction is strictly limited to the fine and does not extend to the constituent elements of the infringement (Galp Energía Espana)

Une nouvelle fois, cette affaire met en jeu la question de la portée du contrôle opéré par le Tribunal sur les décisions de la Commission en matière de concurrence (notamment, CJUE, 10 juillet 2014, Telefónica et Telefónica de España c/ Commission, aff. C-295/12 P ; cette Chronique, Concurrences n° 4-2014, p. 204). En l’occurrence, le Tribunal avait certes accueilli le moyen des requérantes à l’encontre de la décision de la

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Alexandre Lacresse, Unlimited jurisdiction: The Court of Justice of the European Union finds that the General Court’s unlimited jurisdiction is strictly limited to the fine and does not extend to the constituent elements of the infringement (Galp Energía Espana), 21 January 2016, Concurrences Review N° 2-2016, Art. N° 79523, pp. 171-172

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