CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - REGULATORY AUTHORITIES - DISPUTE SETTLEMENT - APPEAL-IN-LAW - PRESENTATION OF OBSERVATIONS

Appeal - Role of the Regulator: The Court of Cassation refuses to grant the ARCEP a right to present observations on the appeal-in-law introduced against the judgement held in a case challenging one of its decisions (Western Télécom/France Telecom)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cass. com, December 12, 2006, Société Western Télécom / France Telecom, n° 05-19.610 The ruling handed down by the Commercial Chamber of the Court of Cassation on 12 December 2006 certainly deserves attention for more than one reason. However, in the context of this column we will limit ourselves to mentioning one aspect of it: the fact that the Court of Cassation was once again called upon to rule on the possibility for a regulatory authority, in this case ARCEP, to submit observations on the appeal lodged against the ruling handed down following the appeal lodged against one of its dispute settlement decisions (for other aspects, see infra chron.

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Christophe Lemaire, Appeal - Role of the Regulator: The Court of Cassation refuses to grant the ARCEP a right to present observations on the appeal-in-law introduced against the judgement held in a case challenging one of its decisions (Western Télécom/France Telecom), 12 December 2006, Concurrences N° 1-2007, Art. N° 13133, pp. 151-153

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