Spanish courts order truck makers to disclose information for damages claims

17 July 2019 - 12:00 am UTC

Four Spanish commercial courts have partially accepted requests for information disclosure filed by several claimants preparing damages suits stemming from a European truck cartel.


According to 13 orders, the courts from Bilbao, Valencia, Donostia/San Sebastián and Logroño supported the disclosure of data regarding truck pricing.


However, they refused applications to order the defendants to disclose information concerning alleged fuel overconsumption or to request the European Commission (EC) to provide its full, confidential decision.

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