This article is bylined by Nathalie Jalabert-Doury. The present article reviews and comments new developments concerning competition investigations for the period between January and June 2015, at the EU and French levels. At the EU level, the Vinci and Deutsche Bahn judgment are notably discussed, concerning respectively IT searches and seizures and documents incidentally found during an inspection. At the French level, the article covers the decisions of the Supreme Court approving the transition regime for actions against inspections introduced after the Ravon judgment (Colas Rail and others) as well as the decision of the Supreme Court rejecting claims against the conditions for delegation by one Competition Authority of another for the purpose of carrying out inspection on the latter’s territory (Total and others).
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