*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The cartel in automotive glass, which was heavily sanctioned by the Commission's decision of 12 November 2008 (Case C(2008) 6815 final), has been the subject of several judgments on the merits in recent years, such as the judgments of the Court of First Instance of 27 March 2014, Saint-Gobain, Case T-56/09 and T-73/09.or thejudgment of the Court of 7 September 2016, Pilkington, case C-101/15 P. Unlike these judgments, which are commented on in their time in this Review, the judgment under consideration here does not deal with the merits but with requests for confidential treatment of certain documents and the consequences of their publication. At issue
CASE COMMENTS: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES – REQUEST FOR CONFIDENTIALITY – PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE EXPECTATION – INDEMNIFICATION OF DAMAGES
Indemnification of damages: The Court of Justice of the European Union limits the scope of the protection granted to leniency applicants, thereby facilitating private antitrust damage actions (AGC Glass Europe)
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