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Annulation - Refusal to get access to documents: The General Court annuls European Commission refusal to get access to documents relating to a concentration (Odile Jacob)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. UE, 9 June 2010, Éditions Odile Jacob v Commission, Case T-237/05 This case concerns two requests for access to several sets of documents relating to a merger between Lagardère and Vivendi Universal. This operation was declared compatible, subject to conditions, by the Commission on 7 January 2004, at the end of the second phase of the control procedure provided for in Regulation 4064/89. This decision has been appealed by Editions Odile Jacob, which essentially contests the Commission's assessment of the Lagardère group's position on the book market (Case T-279/04 OJ C 262, 23 Oct. 2004, p. 33). Among the conditions to which this decision was

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Pascal Cardonnel, Annulation - Refusal to get access to documents: The General Court annuls European Commission refusal to get access to documents relating to a concentration (Odile Jacob), 9 June 2010, Concurrences N° 3-2010, Art. N° 31916, pp. 154-155

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