CASE COMMENT : ANTICOMPETITIVE AGREEMENT - PUBLIC TENDER - CONCERTED PRACTICE - LINK WITH CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS - SANCTIONS - MOTIVATION - PROPORTIONNALITY

Concerted practices: The Paris Court of Appeal confirms the French Competition Council’s decision in the public tender Lycées en Ile de France case

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CA Paris, 1st ch. H, 3 July 2008, Eiffage and others.v. Council, Dec. No. 07-D-15 of 9 May 2007, public contracts relating to Ile-de-France high schools The competitive aspect of the Ile de France high school case continues with this decision of the Paris Court of Appeal. Let us recall the facts. They are well and bluntly told by the Court. Two parallel proceedings In 1983, the Ile de France Regional Council (CRIF) embarked on a vast programme to renovate its schools, a programme which was carried out in seven successive waves of about ten operations between

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Emmanuelle Claudel, Concerted practices: The Paris Court of Appeal confirms the French Competition Council’s decision in the public tender Lycées en Ile de France case, 3 July 2008, Concurrences N° 4-2008, Art. N° 22271, pp. 79-80

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