The EU Court of Justice Advocate General Cruz Villalón deals in his opinion with the exceptions to the right of access to public documents implying that it cannot be excluded that the commercial interests of the leniency applicants may be damaged by disclosure (EnBW)

AG Cruz Villalon on access to leniency applications: A stringent test. Really? (C-365/12)* In his Opinion of 3 October 2013 in case C-365/12 EnBW Energie, Advocate General Cruz Villalon has proposed a holistic interpretation of the regulatory schemes relating to access to documents of the institutions and, more specifically, of access to the European Commission's files in the context of its leniency programme. In my view, the holistic approach advocated for still leaves some important issues unresolved and, consequently, the Judgment of the CJEU in this case will be highly relevant. According to AG Cruz Villalon, when access to the file in cartel investigations is concerned, 63. In short, the presumption [that access should be refused] must operate in relation to documents the

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Albert Sánchez Graells, The EU Court of Justice Advocate General Cruz Villalón deals in his opinion with the exceptions to the right of access to public documents implying that it cannot be excluded that the commercial interests of the leniency applicants may be damaged by disclosure (EnBW), 3 octobre 2013, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 64806

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