ECJ Competition Cartels in the vitamin products sector Choline chloride (Vitamin B4) Decision finding an infringement of Article 81 EC and Article 53 of the Agreement on the European Economic Area Attributability of the infringement.
‘The concept of undertaking within the meaning of Article 81 EC includes economic entities which consist of a unitary organisation of personal, tangible and intangible elements, which pursue a specific economic aim on a long-term basis and can contribute to the commission of an infringement . .’
T-112/05,  EUECJ T-112/05
Cited – Crest Nicholson Plc v Office of Fair Trading Admn 24-Jul-2009
The company challenged as unfair its treatment by the respondent in imposing fines for anti-competive behaviour. The claimant was successor of the company who had misbehaved, but the claimant no longer operated in the area and had no employees from . .
See Also – Akzo Nobel and Others v Commission (Competition) ECJ 23-Apr-2009
Europa Appeal Competition – Cartels Article 81(1) EC, Article 53(1) of the EEA Agreement and Article 23(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 – Group of undertakings – Attributability of infringements – Parent . .
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Updated: 05 February 2021; Ref: scu.262920