CONFERENCE: COMPETITION POLICY - CONTRACT LAW - SIGNIFICANT IMBALANCE - SUDDEN TERMINATION

From the contractual abuse sanction to the sanction of restrictive practices of competition (Towards a new competition law?, Lyon, May 28th, 2015)

The conference that took place in Lyon on May 28th 2015 dealt with the future of competition law. The speakers of this panel got back to the strong link between unfair competition behaviors against professionals and those against consumers. Particularly, Sarah Bros and François Chénedé got back to the influence of restrictive practices of competition on French contract law reform. As for Nicolas Ferrier and Simon Hotte, they had the opportunity to deal with links between contract law and restrictive practices of competition.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The influence of restrictive competition practices on contract law - De lege ferenda Sarah Bros Professor, University of Evry-Val d'Essonne 1. The reform of contract law, this "arlésienne" of private law that we have been hoping for for more than ten years, has never been so close. Despite opposition to the amendment of the Civil Code by ordinance, the law empowering the government to proceed with the reform of contract [1] law was published on 16 February 2015, after the Constitutional Council had declared it to be in conformity with the Constitution. A week later, the government posted the latest version of the draft ordinance online. The draft was

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Simon Hotte, Nicolas Ferrier, Sarah Bros, Francois Chénedé, From the contractual abuse sanction to the sanction of restrictive practices of competition (Towards a new competition law?, Lyon, May 28th, 2015), February 2016, Concurrences N° 1-2016, Art. N° 77377, www.concurrences.com

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