EU Court Denies Deutsche Bahn's Appeal Of Antitrust Raids

Law360, New York (September 6, 2013, 3:36 PM EDT) -- A European Union court in Luxembourg on Friday denied an appeal by Deutsche Bahn AG of the European Commission’s decision to conduct antitrust raids of the German state-owned railway’s offices, finding the regulator acted properly in carrying out the inspections over railroad electricity prices.

The EU General Court found that in justifying its decision to carry out the March 2011 raids, the EC took the proper precautionary measures, including laying out its reasons for suspecting the railway of anti-competitive activity, the type of suspected misconduct and...
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