*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Background Decree no. 2009-1384 of November 11, 2009 introduced a concentration of litigation under the former Article L. 442-6 of the Commercial Code by restricting the number of courts with jurisdiction to hear its application (see Art. D. 442-3 and its Annex 4-2-1 to which former Article L. 442-6, III, now L. 442-4 C. com. refers). The interest of this concentration is much less easily perceived than its misdeeds (see F. Buy, Intérêts et méfaits de la spécialisation juridictionnelle, in Flux et reflux de la rupture d'une relation commerciale, LexisNexis, 2018; N. Ferrier, Quelle autonomie procédurale du droit de la concurrence, Contrats conc. consom. juin
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Specialized courts: The Courts of Appeal of Bourges, Aix-en-Provence, Basse-Terre, Reims, Lyon and Grenoble, which are not specially designated, apply Article L. 442-6, I, 5° of the Commercial Code (Pall-ex France / P. Transports...)
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