The EU Court of Justice dismisses an appeal against the EU General Court’s judgment upholding a cartel facilitator liability (AC-Treuhand)

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You may remember that earlier this year we commented on AG Wahl’s Opinion in AC-Treuhand (C-194/14 P) and anticipated that, in spite of its thought provoking reasoning, it was likely not to be followed by the Court. Well, the ECJ’s Judgment was released on Thursday, and, as expected, the General Court’s Judgment was upheld. To briefly recap, the case involved a Zurich-based consultancy (AC- Treuhand) which was hired by cartelists to arrange and participate in meetings, gather and circulate data, moderate tensions and foster commitments, in exchange for remuneration [Note: If any other facilitator reads this post, please remember our hotel offer]. The General Court held that the company infringed Art. 101(1) TFEU for its role as a cartel “facilitator”, despite not being active in the

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Alfonso Lamadrid De Pablo, Sam Villiers, The EU Court of Justice dismisses an appeal against the EU General Court’s judgment upholding a cartel facilitator liability (AC-Treuhand), 22 octobre 2015, e-Competitions October 2015, Art. N° 79538

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