The Paris Court of Appeal rejects the request against a French Competition Authority decision relative to practices implemented on the electricity and gas market (ENGIE)

The settlement procedure in France The major change is that parties willing to conclude a settlement procedure will be informed of the minimum and maximum fine that may be imposed (and not of a percentage of reduction relating an amount of sanction which is not yet known). The disclosure issues raised before the French Competition Authority (FCA) On 21 March 2017, the FCA issued a settlement decision relative to practices implemented by ENGIE on the electricity and gas market. In this case, which we commented on in our article French Competition Authority fines ENGIE €100m for

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Maëlle d'Harcourt, The Paris Court of Appeal rejects the request against a French Competition Authority decision relative to practices implemented on the electricity and gas market (ENGIE), 6 July 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2017, Art. N° 84757

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