Topic: Due process

Subsidiaries liable for damages caused by cartelist parents, EU court says

Cartel victims can seek damages from the subsidiaries of companies found to have infringed EU competition rules, the European Court of Justice has ruled.

06 October 2021

CMA seeks to remove appeal rights in settlement cases

The UK’s antitrust watchdog has proposed eliminating companies' ability to appeal in cases where they have reached a settlement agreement with the agency.

03 September 2021

Spanish court upholds dawn raids on Philip Morris

A Spanish court has confirmed that the country’s antitrust enforcer was entitled to raid Philip Morris in 2017 as part of an information-sharing investigation that ended with the tobacco company being ordered to pay a €15 million fine.

11 August 2021

New report calls for overhaul of UK competition regime

John Penrose, a member of parliament in the UK, has delivered a series of wide-ranging recommendations to the government for improving competition.

16 February 2021

ECJ rules on bid-rigging infringement periods

Bid rigging schemes end on the date that the infringing company signs a contract with the party that put out the tender, the European Court of Justice has ruled.

14 January 2021

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