Official Journal of the European Union

C 419/23

Judgment of the Court (Sixth Chamber) of 14 September 2016 — Ori Martin SA C-490/15 P), Siderurgica Latina Martin SpA (SLM) (C-505/15 P) v European Commission

(Joined Cases C-490/15 P and C-505/15 P) (1)

((Appeal - Competition - Agreements, decisions and concerted practices - European prestressing steel market - Fines - Setting of the fines - Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 - Article 23(2) - Presumption of actual exercise of decisive influence by the parent company over the subsidiary - The 2006 Guidelines on the method of setting fines - Principle of non-retroactivity - Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union - Article 47 - Right to an effective remedy within a reasonable time - Charter of Fundamental Rights - Article 41 - Right to proceedings being conducted within a reasonable time))

(2016/C 419/30)

Language of the case: Italian


Appellants: Ori Martin SA (C-490/15 P), Siderurgica Latina Martin SpA (SLM) (C-505/15 P) (represented by: G. Belotti and P. Ziotti, avvocati)

Other party to the proceedings: European Commission (represented by: V. Bottka, G. Conte and P. Rossi, acting as Agents)

Operative part of the judgment

The Court:


Dismisses the appeals in cases C-490/15 P and C-505/15 P;


Orders Ori Martin SA to pay the costs in Case C-490/15 P;


Orders Siderurgica Latina Martin SpA (SLM) to pay the costs in Case C-505/15 P.

(1)  OJ C 406, 7.12.2015.