The French Supreme Court rules that a consumer organisation may not use the Internet to solicit victims of anticompetitive practices with a view to finding claimants for damages actions (UFC Que Choisir)

UFC Que Choisir had complained of practices between three telephone operators that, in its view, were anticompetitive. Before the ruling against the operators [1], UFC Que Choisir had set up on its website a mechanism by which those with a grievance could develop their case in an online file. The association stated that it would handle the legal proceedings to obtain reparation for the damage suffered. One customer

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Joseph Vogel, The French Supreme Court rules that a consumer organisation may not use the Internet to solicit victims of anticompetitive practices with a view to finding claimants for damages actions (UFC Que Choisir), 26 May 2011, e-Competitions May 2011, Art. N° 38645

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