Claim for damages for breach of Article 101 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union by companies within the Veolia Group (the “Claimants”) against (1) Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.; (2) CNH Industrial N.V.; (3) Iveco S.p.A.; (4) Iveco Magirus AG; (5) MAN SE; (6) MAN Truck & Bus AG; (7) Man Truck & Bus Deutschland GmbH; (8) Man Truck and Bus UK Limited; (9) Aktiebolaget Volvo (Publ); (10) Volvo Lastvagnar Aktiebolag; (11) Volvo Group Trucks Central Europe GmbH; (12) Renault Trucks SAS; (13) Renault Truck Commercials Limited; (14) DAF Trucks N.V.; and (15) DAF Trucks Deutschland GmbH (the "Veolia Case"). The Claimants rely on a decision of the European Commission of 19 July 2016 (Case AT.39824 – Trucks) which was addressed to (amongst others) thirteen of the fifteen Defendants.
The issues in the proceedings were transferred from the High Court to the Tribunal by consent by order of Mr Justice Roth dated 26 July 2018.
A case management conference (CMC) was held on 21-22 November 2018. The CMC was heard jointly with CMCs in Cases 1284T-1290T, 1291T, 1292T-1294T and 1295T. At the CMC, the Tribunal directed that the Veolia Case be jointly case managed with Cases 1292T (Suez) and 1294T (Wolseley).
On 11 December 2018 the Tribunal issued a judgment giving reasons for its decisions on two issues heard at the CMC in relation to confidentiality rings and disclosure of translations ( CAT 19).
A further CMC took place on 2-3 May 2019 and was heard jointly with CMCs in Cases 1284T-1290T, 1291T, 1292T-1294T and 1295T.