*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. By judgment of the Court of Justice delivered on the same day in Joined Cases C-295/04, C-296/04, C-297/04 and C-298/04 following four references for preliminary rulings in which the Giudice di Pace di Bitonto (Italy) asks five questions on the interpretation of Article 81 EC and more specifically concerning the the modalities of implementation of the action for reparation by the victims of an cartel, the Court of Justice of the European Communities gives its ruling on the contribution to the debate on the Commission's Green Paper on the actions for damages for infringement of the Community rules on cartels and abuses of dominant position. In this case the
CASE COMMENT : PRESCRIPTION - VICTIMS ACTION - ANTICOMPETITIVE AGREEMENT - EFFECTS ON TRADE
Action for damages : The Court of Justice precises the principle settled down by the Courage and Crehan decision regarding the implementation of action for damages by the victims of an anticompetitive agreement (Giudice di Pace di Bitonto)
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