CASE COMMENTS: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - VERTICAL AGREEMENTS - PRICE FIXING - CALCULATORS FOR USE IN SCHOOL - STATEMENT OF REASONS - INDIVIDUALIZATION - PROPORTIONALITY PRINCIPLE

Sanction - Motivation: The Paris Court of Appeal recalls the meaning of the proportionality principle and confirms the sanction in the case of the calculators for use in schools (Carrefour)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CA Paris, 1st ch. H, November 20, 2007, Carrefour Hypermarkets France(on remand after cassation) v. Conciliation Committee, Dec. 03-D-45 September 25, 2003, School Calculators Sector History of the case We recall the case of Calculators for School Use (Decision No. 03-D-45, September 25, 2003). In addition to the fact that this was one of the first cases in which the procedure for the non-contestation of grievances was applied, it was also a decision with lengthy reasons in

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Emmanuelle Claudel, Sanction - Motivation: The Paris Court of Appeal recalls the meaning of the proportionality principle and confirms the sanction in the case of the calculators for use in schools (Carrefour), 20 November 2007, Concurrences N° 1-2008, Art. N° 15264, p. 111

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