CASE COMMENTS : ANTICOMPETITIVES PRACTICES - AGREEMENTS AND CONCERTED PRACTICES - REGULATION N° 17/2003 - ARTICLE 15(2) - PENALTY - REPEATED INFRINGEMENT

Repeated infringement: The ECJ confirms and develops its case law concerning characterisation of a repeated infringement as an aggravating circumstance (Lafarge)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CJEU, 17 June 2010, Lafarge v Commission, Case C-413/08 P In a judgment on appeal delivered on June 17, 2010, the Court of Justice of the European Union upheld the judgment of the General Court of the European Union of July 8, 2008 in CaseT 54/03 Lafarge v. Commission (not published in the ECR) (ConcurrencesNo 4-2008, p. 75). In support of its conclusions, Lafarge raised six pleas in law alleging, first, distortion of the evidence, second, breach of the rules on the burden of proof, the principle of the presumption of innocence and the principle in dubio pro reo, third, failure to state reasons and breach of the principle of equal treatment, fourth,

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Cyril Sarrazin, Repeated infringement: The ECJ confirms and develops its case law concerning characterisation of a repeated infringement as an aggravating circumstance (Lafarge), 17 June 2010, Concurrences N° 3-2010, Art. N° 31957, pp. 75-76

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