The French Civil Supreme Court rules that non-contestation of the objections by certain parties limits others’ defence to non-participation in the infringement (Manpower / Adecco / Adia / Randstad)

The Paris Court of Appeal had ruled against the world’s leading temporary employment agencies for a price cartel concerning their major clients [1]. The Court of Cassation has delivered a most informative decision of rejection in respect of all the appeals – essentially procedural - against the ruling. Two of the participants in the cartel had successfully obtained the withdrawal from the proceedings of their employees’ electronic mail boxes under business secrecy. Although those electronic documents, which were considered as single documents, had all been classified in a confidential annex, the case-handler had

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Joseph Vogel, The French Civil Supreme Court rules that non-contestation of the objections by certain parties limits others’ defence to non-participation in the infringement (Manpower / Adecco / Adia / Randstad), 29 March 2011, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 35762

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