Court of Justice holds parent companies may be fined for repeat infringements even without being an addressee of the earlier decisions.
On 5 March 2015, the European Court of Justice (CoJ) handed down its judgment in Versalis, concerning the increasing of fines for antitrust infringements where a company is found to be a repeat offender. The judgment raises important questions about the respect for the rights of defence in EU competition law proceedings.
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