The Paris Court of Appeal confirms interim measures imposed by the French Competition Authority in an abuse of dominance case in the generic pharmaceutical sector (Arrow / Schering-Plough)

On 5 February 2008, the Paris Court of Appeal rejected Schering-Plough’s appeal against the French Competition Council’s interim decision of 11 December 2007. In that decision, the Competition Council had ordered Schering-Plough to publish a text in two medical magazines confirming the bioequivalence and substitutability of a generic

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Tim Kasten, The Paris Court of Appeal confirms interim measures imposed by the French Competition Authority in an abuse of dominance case in the generic pharmaceutical sector (Arrow / Schering-Plough), 5 February 2008, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2008, Art. N° 44919

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