Héléna Moulin-Smith

University Paris Saclay
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Helena Moulin-Smith is a postgraduate student in competition and contract law at the University Paris - Saclay (UVSQ). Helena is also a LLM graduate from the University of Edinburgh and holds a master’s degree in French law and common law from the University of Nanterre. She currently works as an intern at the Commercial Court of Paris.

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Héléna Moulin-Smith, Alix Villechalane, Kelly Garet, Marie Chareyre de Beaumont The Paris Court of Appeal finds a significant imbalance in the long-term contractual relationship of the French incumbent parcel delivery operator and one of its clients (La Poste / Central Optics)


Introduction In its ruling of the 7th January 2021, the Paris Court of Appeal applied the concept of "significant imbalance" in its anterior version now contained in Article L442-1 of the french commercial code. The notion of significant imbalance originates in consumer law and was extended to (...)

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