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Levin College of Law

Sunday, August 9, 2009

European Commission Slammed for Intel Case Lapse

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

This is not good news regarding the rule of law.  According to the Wall Street Journal, "The European Union's ombudsman issued a rare rebuke of the bloc's antitrust regulator, saying it failed to record 'potentially exculpatory' evidence from a witness in its investigation of chip giant IntelCorp."  The article is an interesting read.  No response yet from DG Comp.

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Am I missing something? I have been watching on the Europa website for the Commission's decision in Intel for several months. All I can find are the two memos dated 5/13, describing the Commission's action in the case and referring to the "the Commission’s decision," but I have not been able to find that decision, i.e. the reasoned opinion supporting the Commission's action. Has anyone else?

Posted by: Dorsey Ellis | Aug 10, 2009 1:26:38 PM

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