Monday, October 23, 2017

Akzo Nobel and Others v Commission: When Can Parent Companies be Liable for the Acts of Subsidiaries Even if Action Against the Subsidiary is Time-barred?

Jens Peter Schmidt asks Akzo Nobel and Others v Commission: When Can Parent Companies be Liable for the Acts of Subsidiaries Even if Action Against the Subsidiary is Time-barred?

ABSTRACT: The fact that the Commission’s power to impose fines on a subsidiary is time-barred does not preclude the parent from being held liable for the same infringement.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2017/10/akzo-nobel-and-others-v-commission-when-can-parent-companies-be-liable-for-the-acts-of-subsidiaries-.html

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