Webinar

Distribution, competition and unfair practices #2 : Trade negotiations, Significant imbalance & Closing discussion

2nd Webinar of the « 1st Distribution, competition & restrictive practices Conference » organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Fidal. Panel with Pierre Chambu (Chef de service de la protection des consommateurs et de la régulation des marchés, DGCCRF), Anne-Sophie Choné-Grimaldi (Professor, Paris Nanterre University), Nathalie Dostert (Vice President, Paris Commercial Court), Richard Panquiault (Director General, Institut de liaison des entreprises de consommation - ILEC) and Philippe Vanni (Head of Distribution/Competition Practice - Partner, Fidal).
Closing discussion with Virginie Beaumeunier (Director General, DGCCRF), Daniel Fasquelle (Professor, University of Littoral-Côte-d’Opale | Senior Counsel, Squadra Avocats | Former member of the French Parliament), Irène Luc (Vice President, Autorité de la concurrence) and Alexandre Lacresse (Partner, Fidal).

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Synthesis

TRADE NEGOTIATIONS, SIGNIFICANT IMBABALANCE... : FIRST EVALUATION OF THE FRENCH REFORMS

Anne-Sophie Choné-Grimaldi a commencé par souligner la difficulté de l’exercice consistant à dresser le bilan du droit des négociations commerciales et des pratiques restrictives de concurrence. La pratique est constamment adaptée pour répondre à une réalité changeante. Mme Choné-Grimaldi a identifié trois phases, qui marquent l’évolution de la discipline.

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