CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES - LENIENCY - SETTLEMENT - ACCESS TO FILE

Leniency and settlement : The European Commission amends its procedural rules and limits access to corporate statements and the use of information obtained pursuant to the procedure in order to preserve the efficiency of the leniency and of settlement procedures

Tirant les enseignements d’arrêts récents mettant en cause la production de documents issus de procédures de mise en œuvre d’un programme de clémence dans le cadre de procédures judiciaires nationales (voir arrêts Pfleiderer, C-360/09, cette Chronique, Revue Concurrences n° 3-2011, p. 177 ; Donau Chemie, C-536/11, cette Chronique, Revue Concurrences n° 3-2013, p. 140) ou européenne (voir Commission c/ EnBW, C-365/12 P, cette Chronique, Revue Concurrences n° 2-2014, p. 160 ; Akzo Nobel c/ Commission, T-345/12, et Evonik Degussa c/ Commission, T-341/12, cette Chronique, Revue Concurrences n° 2-2015, p. 155) et dans le prolongement de l’adoption de la directive 2014/104/UE du Parlement européen et du Conseil, du 26 novembre 2014, relative à certaines règles régissant les actions en dommages et intérêts

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Alexandre Lacresse, Leniency and settlement : The European Commission amends its procedural rules and limits access to corporate statements and the use of information obtained pursuant to the procedure in order to preserve the efficiency of the leniency and of settlement procedures, 3 August 2015, Concurrences Review N° 4-2015, Art. N° 76345, pp. 172-174

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