CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES (FRANCE) - REMEDIES - FINES - LENIENCY - NE BIS IN IDEM

Fines - Leniency - Ne bis in idem: The CFI confirms its previous case law (Tokai Carbon)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI, 15 June 2005, Tokai Carbon a. o. v. Commission, "Speciality Graphite", Joined cases T-71/03, T-74/03, T-87/03 and T-91/03 Almost a year after examining the first part of the graphite case (Graphite electrodes, cited above, under appeal), the CFI gave judgment on the second part (hereinafter 'the Special Graphites judgment'). The main part of the judgment concerns fines, as the undertakings concerned only marginally challenged the Commission's infringement. The extensive discussion of the various stages of the calculation of the fines (starting amount, division of the undertakings concerned into categories, basic amount, mitigating

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Fabien Zivy, Fines - Leniency - Ne bis in idem: The CFI confirms its previous case law (Tokai Carbon), 15 June 2005, Concurrences N° 3-2005, Art. N° 1062, pp. 121-122

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