Asunto T-64/02: Sentencia del Tribunal de Primera Instancia de 29 de noviembre de 2005 — Heubach/Comisión ( Competencia — Artículo 81 CE — Práctica colusoria — Mercado del fosfato de zinc — Multa — Directrices para el cálculo del importe de las multas — Recurso de anulación — Excepción de ilegalidad — Artículo 15, apartado 2, del Reglamento n o  17 — Gravedad de la infracción — Principios de proporcionalidad y de igualdad de trato — Motivación Lf)

JurisdictionEuropean Union
Published date16 February 2006
Celex NumberC2006/036/63
C_2006036EN.01002903.xml

11.2.2006

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 36/29


Judgment of the Court of First Instance of 29 November 2005 — Heubach v Commission

(Case T-64/02) (1)

(Competition - Article 81 EC - Cartel - Zinc phosphate market - Fine - Guidelines on the method of setting fines - Action for annulment - Objection of illegality - Article 15(2) of Regulation No 17 - Gravity of the infringement - Principles of proportionality and equal treatment - Statement of reasons)

(2006/C 36/63)

Language of the case: German

Parties

Applicant(s): Dr Hans Heubach GmbH & Co. KG (Langelsheim, Germany) (represented by: F. Montag and G. Bauer, lawyers)

Defendant(s): Commission of the European Communities (represented by: F. Castillo de la Torre, acting as Agent, assisted by H. J. Freund, lawyer)

Application for

partial annulment of Commission Decision 2003/437/EC of 11 December 2001 relating to a proceeding under Article 81 of the EC Treaty and Article 53 of the EEA Agreement (Case COMP/E-1/37.027 — Zinc phosphate) (OJ 2003 L 153, p. 1) and, in the alternative, for reduction of the amount of the fine imposed on the applicant

Operative part of the judgment

The Court:

1)

Dismisses the application;

2)

Orders the applicant to pay the costs.


(1) OJ C 144, 15.6.2002.


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