ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES: IMPUTABILITY OF THE PARENT COMPANY - PRESUMPTION - DECISIVE INFLUENCE

Imputability: The Court of Justice of the European Union judges that the General Court did not add grounds to the Commission’s decision whereby a cartel responsibility in which a subsidiary had participated was attributed to its parent company (Alvarez)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Commission Decision C (2005) 4634 final of 30 November 2005 in the industrial bags cartel was the subject of an action by Armando Álvarez, which was dismissed by the Court of First Instance (Trib. UE 16 November 2011, Álvarez v Commission, T 78/06). That company had lodged an appeal, which has just been dismissed by the Court of Justice. The latter ruled that the case did not present any particular

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Jean-Philippe Christienne, Imputability: The Court of Justice of the European Union judges that the General Court did not add grounds to the Commission’s decision whereby a cartel responsibility in which a subsidiary had participated was attributed to its parent company (Alvarez), 22 May 2014, Concurrences N° 3-2014, Art. N° 68028, p. 75

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