CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - FRENCH LAW - APPEAL OF THE NCA DECISION

Procedural competence: The Court of Cassation considers that the Court of Appeal has not full procedural competence on the decisions of the French Competition Council (Lectiel et Groupadress/France Télécom)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a judgment of 29 January 1999, the Paris Court of Appeal, ruling on an appeal against a decision of the Competition Council, annulled that decision and, ruling again, sanctioned the offending practice and issued an injunction to prevent its recurrence. Claiming that that injunction was not complied with, two companies which considered themselves

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Valérie Michel-Amsellem, Procedural competence: The Court of Cassation considers that the Court of Appeal has not full procedural competence on the decisions of the French Competition Council (Lectiel et Groupadress/France Télécom), 3 November 2004, Concurrences N° 1-2005, Art. N° 1352, pp. 108-109

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