Further High Court ruling on disclosure of EU leniency materials in follow-on damages action arising from gas insulated switchgear cartel decision

On 4 April 2012, the High Court handed down its ruling on an application by National Grid Transmission Plc (NGET) for disclosure of documents that may contain leniency material, as part of NGET's follow-on damages action against certain addressees of the European Commission's decision on the gas insulated switchgear cartel (National Grid Electricity Transmission Plc v ABB Ltd and Others [2012] EWHC 869 (Ch)).

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