*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – ECJ, 29 June 2010, Commission v. Alrosa, case C-441/07 P In a long-awaited judgment delivered by a Grand Chamber, the Court of Justice rules, for the first time, on the commitments procedure instituted by Regulation No 1/2003 and introduced in France by Order 2004-1173 of 4 November 2004 adapting certain provisions of the Commercial Code to Community law (Article L 464-2-I of the Commercial Code). The factual and procedural framework In 2002, two companies active on the world market for the production and supply of rough diamonds, one under Russian law (Alrosa) and the other under Luxembourg law (De Beers), notified to the European Commission a trade
CASE COMMENTS : PROCEDURES - EC LAW - INDIVIDUAL COMMITMENTS - DECISION MAKING BINDING THE COMMITMENTS - PRINCIPLE OF PROPORTIONNALITY - RIGHT TO BE HEARD
Commitments procedure : The ECJ renders its first ruling on commitments procedure (Alrosa)
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