Synthesis Report (Towards a new competition law? Lyon, 28th of May 2015)

The synthesis report of the conference that took place in Lyon on 28th of May 2015 returns to the darkening trend of competition law, fed by constant legislative changes that would lead to an illegible law and ultimately to a static situation.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. 1. The title of this event called for questions to be asked about the evolution of competition law through two adjectives: "one" competition law or laws, and "new" or in continuity? 2. The answers could only come from experts in the field and we heard them, led by the precursor whose masterful work once provided the keys to the field. 3. An area which Jacques Azéma presented to us, in an overview showing his still dominant position in this field, on the one hand the topography by distinguishing, beyond the "small" and the "big" competition law, the three fields of unfair competition, restrictive competition practices and anti-competitive practices, and on

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Didier Ferrier, Synthesis Report (Towards a new competition law? Lyon, 28th of May 2015), February 2016, Concurrences N° 1-2016, Art. N° 77719,

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