Paris, L’Harmattan, coll. « La Justice au quotidien », 2004, 100 p.

La concurrence déloyale

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The law of unfair competition is very tricky to define. Borrowing its legal regime from the law of civil liability, it nevertheless remains relatively specific in its understanding of the civil law concepts of fault, prejudice and causal link. This leaves us with a complex and highly nuanced subject that requires an empirical approach. Its international development reinforces this general impression.

This book thus examines the entire legal framework of unfair competition, incorporating the most recent case law, including that of computer databases, the most recent developments on the many stumbling blocks covered by the subject, and decisions from various foreign laws. It is an invaluable aid for any lawyer, magistrate, academic or simple businessman wishing to understand the mysteries of this subject and to defend his rights.

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Beligh Nabli, La concurrence déloyale, December 2004, Concurrences N° 1-2004, Art. N° 12688, p. 113

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