The French Competition Authority hands down fines for cartel practices to two joint service offices and several of their members, all court bailiffs (Bureau de signification de Paris / Société civile de moyens des études et groupement des huissiers de justice de Seine-Saint-Denis)

The Autorité de la concurrence hands down fines for cartel practices to two joint service offices and several of their members, all court bailiffs in Paris and Seine-Saint-Denis départements* Background Following the complaint from court bailiffs' offices, today the Autorité issues two decisions imposing fines on the Bureau de signification de Paris ("BSP") and some of its members for anticompetitive agreement practices, all holding office as court bailiffs in Paris (75), as well as the 'Société civile de moyens des études et groupement des huissiers de justice de Seine-Saint-Denis' ("SCM 93") and all of its members, all holding office as court bailiffs in Seine-Saint-Denis (93). The Autorité considered that the membership conditions in the BSP and SCM 93 were anticompetitive insofar as,

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French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority hands down fines for cartel practices to two joint service offices and several of their members, all court bailiffs (Bureau de signification de Paris / Société civile de moyens des études et groupement des huissiers de justice de Seine-Saint-Denis), 13 January 2022, e-Competitions January 2022, Art. N° 104674

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