|Case C-162/15 P Evonik Degussa vs. European Commission|
|The Commission takes note of the judgment of the ECJ. It welcomes the confirmation of its general policy concerning the use of information provided by leniency applicants in its decisions with a view of publishing the non-confidential final decisions in antitrust cases whereby the general public is apprised of how the EU law prohibition against cartels is applied in practice by the Commission.The Commission also welcomes the clarification by the ECJ regarding the competence of the hearing officer to decide, in publication matters, on claims based on legal principles of EU law, such as those of equal treatment and the protection of legitimate expectations.|
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