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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Parent's Liability: New case extending the presumption of liability of a parent company for the conduct of its wholly owned subsidiary

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Antoine Winckler (Cleary Gottlieb) discusses Parent's Liability: New case extending the presumption of liability of a parent company for the conduct of its wholly owned subsidiary. ABSTRACT: Despite paying lip-service to the principle of personal liability, Quimica confirms that one can be held liable without being guilty under European competition law.

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