*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 21 April 2005, Holcim (Deutschland) v Commission, Case T-28/03. The Holcim judgment, which provides a remarkable illustration of the way in which the CFI deals with economic liability litigation, will undoubtedly be a landmark in the future. abundantly commented on. Fined for their participation in the Cement cartel (Commission of the European Communities, Dec. EC No 94/815/EC, Cement, OJ L 343, 30 Dec. 1994, p. 1), the undertakings Alsen and Nordcement had applied for, and obtained, the annulment of the Commission's decision by the CFI in so far as it concerned them (CFI, 4th para, 15 March 2000, Cimenteries CBR and Others v Commission, Joined
CASE COMMENT: LITIGATION - ACTION FOR COMPENSATION - LIABILITY FLOWING FROM AN UNLAWFUL ANTITRUST DECISION
EC Liability: The CFI ventures on new ground (Holcim)
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