The EU Court of Justice acknowledges that two companies can independently from each other exercise decisive influence over their joint venture (Dow Chemical)

A family affair: parental liability for joint ventures* It is trite law that a parent company will be liable for antitrust infringements committed by a subsidiary where the parent exercises “decisive influence” over the conduct of the subsidiary. Earlier this year the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) illustrated just how difficult it will be for a company to rebut the presumption of “decisive influence” in the context of a wholly-owned subsidiary [1]. In two decisions published on Thursday last week, the CJEU pushed the boundaries of parental liability even further, holding that parent companies may be liable for infringements committed by their joint venture

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  • Blackstone Chambers (London)

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Jason Pobjoy, The EU Court of Justice acknowledges that two companies can independently from each other exercise decisive influence over their joint venture (Dow Chemical), 26 septembre 2013, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 57634

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