The Paris Court of Appeal rules on the communication by the Competition Authority of documents held in its own file to a civil court before which a victim of alleged anticompetitive practices had brought a private enforcement claim (Ma liste de courses)

In its judgment dated November 20, 2013, the Paris Court of appeal (the Court of Appeal) ruled on the communication by the French Competition Authority (the FCA) of documents held in its own file to a civil court before which a victim of alleged anticompetitive practices had brought a private enforcement claim. Ma Liste de Courses (MLDC) had referred to the FCA practices allegedly carried out by two companies in the sector of the processing of discount coupons and e-coupons. At the close of the investigation, the companies formally undertook to amend their behaviour

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Lolita Berthol-Balladur, Sophie Pele, The Paris Court of Appeal rules on the communication by the Competition Authority of documents held in its own file to a civil court before which a victim of alleged anticompetitive practices had brought a private enforcement claim (Ma liste de courses), 20 November 2013, e-Competitions November 2013, Art. N° 72346

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