Claim for damages for breach of Article 101 of the Treaty of the Functioning of the European Union and Article 53 of the European Economic Area Agreement by (1) PSA Automobiles SA; (2) GIE PSA Trésorerie; (3) Stellantis NV and (4) Opel Automobile GmbH (the "Claimants") against (1) Autoliv AB; (2) Autoliv, Inc.; (3) Autoliv Japan Ltd; (4) Autoliv B.V. & Co. KG; (5) Airbags International Ltd; (6) ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp.; (7) ZF Automotive Safety Germany GmbH; (8) ZF Automotive Germany GmbH; (9) TRW Systems Ltd; (10) ZF Automotive UK Ltd; (11) Tokai Rika Co., Ltd and (12) Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd (the "Defendants"). The Claimants rely on the decisions of the European Commission of 22 November 2017 (Case AT.39881 – Occupant Safety Systems supplied to Japanese Car Manufacturers), which was addressed to the Second, Third, Eleventh and Twelfth Defendants, and 5 March 2019 (Case AT.40481 – Occupant Safety Systems (II) supplied to the Volkswagen Group and the BMW Group), which was addressed to the Second, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Defendants.
The claim was transferred from the High Court to the Tribunal by order of Master Pester dated 1 March 2022.
The claim against the Twelfth Defendant was withdrawn by consent on 23 May 2022.
The first case management conference took place on 7 June 2022 where the Chair gave directions for the future conduct of the proceedings.
The second case management conference has been listed for 28 March 2023, with a provisional time estimate of two days.