ALERT: PROCEDURE - ANTI-COMPETITIVE PRACTICES - CIVIL SUITS - DAMAGES - PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT - CONFLICT OF JURIDICTION

Civil suits: The French Tribunal of Conflicts concludes, in the Ile-de-France high schools case, that administrative tribunals are competent over actions for damages when the damage is the result of anti-competitive practices relating to tendering procedures for public sector contracts (Région Ile-de-France/M. N. et al.)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Tribunal des conflits, 16 November 2015, No. 4035 (Région Ile-de-France/M. N. et al) The Court of Disputes has therefore ruled! Liability actions against the authors of an agreement preceding the conclusion of a public contract fall within the jurisdiction of the administrative judge. This is the conclusion of the decision of the Dispute Tribunal No. 4035 of 16 November 2015 (Ile-de-France Region v. M.N. and others).. The case before the Tribunal des Conflits originated in a dispute between the Ile-de-France region and several companies, whose employees had been convicted by the criminal court for participating in an anti-competitive cartel in connection

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Alain Ronzano, Civil suits: The French Tribunal of Conflicts concludes, in the Ile-de-France high schools case, that administrative tribunals are competent over actions for damages when the damage is the result of anti-competitive practices relating to tendering procedures for public sector contracts (Région Ile-de-France/M. N. et al.), 16 November 2015, Concurrences N° 1-2016, Art. N° 78083, www.concurrences.com

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