The Paris Court of Appeal overturns abuse of dominance ruling (Google / Evermaps)

Paris Court of Appeal overturns Google abuse of dominance ruling* On November 25, 2015, the Paris Court of Appeal (PCA) reversed the December 2012 ruling of the Commercial Tribunal of Paris (CTP) , which found that Google (specifically Google France and Google Inc.) abused its dominant position in the French market for “online mapping allowing for the geolocalisation of sales points on company websites,” in breach of Article L.420-2 of the French Commercial Code, and ordered Google to pay damages, amounting to Euro 500,000, to its French competitor

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Gabriele Accardo, The Paris Court of Appeal overturns abuse of dominance ruling (Google / Evermaps), 25 November 2015, e-Competitions November 2015, Art. N° 78323

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