The Italian Supreme Court holds that the violation of an anticompetitive agreement did not constitute unfair competition (Ordine dei Farmacisti della Provincia di Caserta)

On 8 February 2013, the Italian Supreme Court (the “Court”) quashed a decision by the [Commissione centrale per gli esercenti le professioni sanitarie] (the national commission for healthcare operators; the “National Commission”), which, in turn, had upheld a ruling by the [Ordine dei Farmacisti della Provincia di Caserta] (a provincial pharmacists’ association; the “Association”) which sanctioned a pharmacist (the “Appellant”) for having kept her pharmacy open on certain days and hours, in breach of

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Philippe Croene, The Italian Supreme Court holds that the violation of an anticompetitive agreement did not constitute unfair competition (Ordine dei Farmacisti della Provincia di Caserta), 8 February 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin Competition in the Pharmaceutical sector, Art. N° 64913

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