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Private enforcement of antitrust law in France (June 2019 – Nov. 2019)

This new period is less rich in “big” decisions than the previous one, which had no less than three judgments from the Court of Justice of the European Union, but it is marked by several atypical decisions that may announce a diversification of litigation. Recurring questions also continue to pose challenges, such as those related to period of limitations, jurisdiction and access to documents.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Selected decisions rendered in the comment period. The decisions commented on are marked with an asterisk, the others are simply cited for information and a brief mention is made of their interest. ECJ, 6th CJEU, 29 July 2019, Tibor-Trans Fuvarozó és Kereskedelmi Kft v DAF Trucks NV, Case C-451/18, ECLI:EU:C:2019:635 * EC, ch. 2-7, 22 Nov. 2019, SNCF Mobilités, req. 418645, ECLI:EN:CECHR:2019:418645.20191122* CAA Paris, 4th floor, 13 June 2019, SNCF Mobilités, req. 14PA02419*. CA Paris, ch. 5-4, August 30, 2019, SAS Coty c/ SA Brandalley, RG 18/20739 CA Paris, ch. 1-8, Oct. 25, 2019, Société X Y c/ Société Renault Trucks, RG 19/05356*. CA Paris, ch. 5-4, 31 July

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  • Université Caen Normandie
  • Cabinet Racine (Paris)

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Rafael P. Amaro, Bastien Thomas, Private enforcement of antitrust law in France (June 2019 – Nov. 2019), February 2020, Concurrences N° 1-2020, Art. N° 92969, pp. 218-232

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