TRENDS : PRODUCERS/DISTRIBUTORS RELATIONSHIP - GALLAND LAW - ABUSE OF ECONOMIC DEPENDANCY

The afterwards of the "Canivet Report" on Producers/Distributors relationships

The report from the Canivet Commission was released the 18 October 2004. This article gathers contributions from main interested parties in the producers/distributors relationship issue. M. Jean-Patrice de La Laurencie, coordinator of the debates among the AFEC association, gathered the four attached opinions and here offers a synthesis of the issues raised by the Report. On this subject, see also: Dominique Ferré, The « Canivet » Report on relationships betwen trade and industry takes side for a reform of the Galland Act, Concurrences, N° 1-2004, n°26848, www.concurrences.com

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Brief overview of the conclusions of the Canivet Commission report Jean-Patrice de La Laurencie Counsel to the Court Within the limited framework that we have, the most interesting thing is to highlight the choices made by the report of the Canivet Commission: it is indeed through its ability to raise the debate, to sort out and arbitrate between divergent positions that this report shines. It adopts a global approach and brings movement to what had appeared to be trench warfare for many years, as legislative interventions have so far only organised the ebb and flow between these trenches . For the sake of simplicity and brevity in this presentation, we

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Jean-Patrice de La Laurencie, Daniel Fasquelle, Georges Chalot, Sabine Lochmann Beaujour, Isabelle Cretenet, The afterwards of the "Canivet Report" on Producers/Distributors relationships, December 2004, Concurrences N° 1-2004, Art. N° 12084, pp. 10-15

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