CASE COMMENTS : ARTICLE 81 EC - INDUSTRIAL BAGS - PRINCIPLE OF THE PENALTIES AND SANCTIONS SPECIFIC TO THE INDIVIDUAL UNDERTAKING

Fine imposed to a subsidiary: The General Court tends to clarify the conditions under which successive parent companies can be held jointly and severally liable of the fine imposed to their subsidiary (Trioplast Industrier)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. GCEU, 13 September 2010, Trioplast Industrier v. Commission, Case T-40/06 By judgment of 13 September 2010, the General Court partially annulled Commission Decision C(2005) 4634 final of 30 November 2005 relating to the cartel on the industrial bags market extended to the territories of Belgium, Germany, Spain, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, in so far as it concerned the applicant, Trioplast Industrier AB. The contested decision was addressed to Trioplast Industrier AB, in its capacity as parent company of the Trioplast group, since the takeover on 19 January 1999, with retroactive effect from 1 January 1999, of Trioplast Wittenheim SA,

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Cyril Sarrazin, Fine imposed to a subsidiary: The General Court tends to clarify the conditions under which successive parent companies can be held jointly and severally liable of the fine imposed to their subsidiary (Trioplast Industrier), 13 September 2010, Concurrences N° 4-2010, Art. N° 32945, pp. 103-105

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