The France’s administrative Supreme Court limits rights of appeal against Competition Authority’s opinions (Casino)

It has been held that when the French Competition Authority issues “opinions”, these are not challengeable before the courts in the same way as the authority’s formal decisions. On 11 October 2012, France’s Administrative Supreme Court rejected two appeals brought by supermarket chains against opinions of the French Competition Authority relating to the state of competition in the market for food retailing. The supermarket chains had alleged that the authority’s opinions

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  • Norton Rose Fulbright (London)
  • Bowmans (Johannesburg)
  • Norton Rose Fullbright (Sidney)

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Martin Coleman, Heather Irvine, Nick McHugh, The France’s administrative Supreme Court limits rights of appeal against Competition Authority’s opinions (Casino), 11 October 2012, e-Competitions October 2012, Art. N° 72331

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