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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Parent's Liability: New Case Attributing Exclusive Jurisdiction to the General Court in Respect of Cases Raising Decisive Influence and Corporate Control Issues under EU Competition Law

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Antoine Winckler (Cleary) and Sophie Sahlin discuss Parent's Liability: New Case Attributing Exclusive Jurisdiction to the General Court in Respect of Cases Raising Decisive Influence and Corporate Control Issues under EU Competition Law.

ABSTRACT: In most cases, the General Court has exclusive jurisdiction to decide whether sufficient evidence is provided to rebut a presumption of liability of parent companies in cases of competition law infringements by wholly owned subsidiaries.

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