The French Competition Authority acknowledges the modalities governing the communication of documents from criminal Courts (Ile-de-France Public works)

I - Background Article L. 463-5 of the Commercial Code creates the possibility for the Competition Council to request documents closely linked to the facts referred to it and belonging to another national authority. The decision under examination follows another similar one (French Competition Council (Conseil de la Concurrence), 15 December 2005, Decision n° 05-D-69, relating to anticompetitive practices set up in the Seine-Maritime road work sector (relative à des pratiques anticoncurrentielles relevées dans le secteur des travaux routiers en Seine-Maritime) ; See M.-C. Rouzier, The French Competition Council sets the boundaries of the transmission of information from a criminal Court (Le Foll), e-Competitions, March 2007-I , n° 13237) and constitutes another opportunity for the

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Marie-Charlotte Rouzier, The French Competition Authority acknowledges the modalities governing the communication of documents from criminal Courts (Ile-de-France Public works), 21 March 2006, e-Competitions March 2006, Art. N° 13294

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