Stephan Reifegerste

Université du Maine, Savigny
Lawyer (Associate) and Professor

Mr. Reifegerste wrote his doctoral thesis on The Obligation to Mitigate Damages, prior to becoming an associate professor at the University of Maine, where he teaches business law - primarily corporations and bankruptcy and reorganization as well antitrust law. He is a member of the University of Maine’s Business Law Institute and has written numerous articles in the areas of civil and commercial law. He also is a lawyer at the bar of Paris.

Linked authors

University Paris II Panthéon‑Assas
DGCCRF Bureau 3B
University of Corsica Pascal Paoli (Corte)
Fourgoux, Djavadi & Associés (Paris)
Jones Day (Brussels)
Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Armand Associés (Le Mans)
Le Mans University (La France)

Articles

4014 Bulletin

Stephan Reifegerste The French Supreme Court holds that low-price practice cannot be sanctioned on the basis of tort law if it does not fall under competition provisions (Usines Merger / Giat Industries)

4014

In a judgement delivered on December, 6th 2005, the commercial Chamber of the French Supreme Court ruled on the relationship between competition provisions and unfair trading provisions on the one hand and tort law provisions on the other hand. The issue at stake concerned the practice of low (...)

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