CASE COMMENTS: RESTRICITVE PRACTICES – SUDDEN TERMINATION – ARBITRATION – EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF STATE COURTS

Arbitration: The French Supreme Court rules over the arbitrability of disputes stemming from the application of article L. 442-6 of commercial law and rejects the exclusive jurisdiction of state courts (Scamark / Conserveries des cinq océans)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Arbitration and competition law: the subject is definitely at the heart of the news of this Review (C. Lucas de Leyssac, "Arbitration and competition law : A look back at Eco Swiss". ; L. Idot, L. Burger, C. Partasides, C. Bovet, F. Knoepfler, D. Ruiz-Jarabo Colomer, B. Merkt, "Public Order, Competition and Arbitration L. Idot, "Arbitration and competition law".) ! The judgment handed down by the First Civil Chamber of the Court of Cassation, dated 21 October 2015 and published in the Bulletin, is an opportunity to come back to this theme again (Cass. 1ère civ., 21 Oct. 2015, No. 14-25.080, FS P+B: JurisData No. 2015-023370, Proceedings No. 12, Dec. 2015,

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Jean-Christophe Roda, Arbitration: The French Supreme Court rules over the arbitrability of disputes stemming from the application of article L. 442-6 of commercial law and rejects the exclusive jurisdiction of state courts (Scamark / Conserveries des cinq océans), 21 October 2015, Concurrences N° 1-2016, Art. N° 77401, pp. 122-124

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