The Paris Court of Appeal rejects the request against the Competition Authority’s decision regarding practices implemented on the electricity and gas market (ENGIE)

The settlement procedure in France The major change is that parties willing to conclude a settlement procedure will be informed of the minimum and maximum fine that may be imposed (and not of a percentage of reduction relating an amount of sanction which is not yet known). The disclosure issues raised before the French Competition Authority (FCA) On 21 March 2017, the FCA issued a settlement decision relative to practices implemented by ENGIE on the electricity and gas market. In this case, which we commented on in our article French Competition Authority fines ENGIE €100m for

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Maëlle d'Harcourt, The Paris Court of Appeal rejects the request against the Competition Authority’s decision regarding practices implemented on the electricity and gas market (ENGIE), 6 July 2017, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 84757

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