The EU Commission formally rejects two complaints in the electronic monitoring services field (On Guard Plus / Elmo-Tech)

"The Commission formally rejects two complaints in the electronic monitoring services field"*1. The complaints On 19 November 2001 (‘the first complaint’) and 1 July 2002 (‘the second complaint’) respectively, the UK-based firm On Guard Plus Ltd. (“OGPL”) filed complaints against the Israel-based firm Elmo-Tech Limited (“ELT”) for alleged violations of Article 82 of the EC Treaty. In the complaints, OGPL held that ELT was dominant in the EEA-wide market for the provision of field hardware for the electronic monitoring of prisoners. As described below in further detail, the only piece of evidence provided by OGPL in support of its allegation of dominance was a table compiled by it showing that ELT had a 60% market share in that market. OGPL claimed that ELT had abused its alleged dominant

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Miguel Angel Pena Castellot, The EU Commission formally rejects two complaints in the electronic monitoring services field (On Guard Plus / Elmo-Tech), 1er juillet 2002, e-Competitions July 2002, Art. N° 36908

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