DDADUE bill: Simple adaptation or reform of French competition law?

This set of articles is dedicated to the changes made to the French competition law by the DDADUE bill of December 3, 2020. Both the law on restrictive competition practices and the law on anti-competitive practices are affected by the necessary transposition of EU directives (directives 2019/1, 2019/633) and the adaptation of regulations. The text is the subject of a double scrutiny: that of the institutions concerned (French Competition Authority, DGCCRF), but also of practitioners and academics.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Contents: Introduction, Laurence Idot, Professor Emeritus, Panthéon-Assas University (Paris II) The DDADUE law: towards a renewal of restrictive commercial practices?, Guillaume Daieff, Deputy Director of Competition, Consumer and Legal Affairs, DGCCRF, Paris A two-pronged reform to streamline and strengthen competition law enforcement in France, Isabelle de Silva, President of the French Competition Authority, Paris Adaptation of the P2B regulation: The errors of the DDADUE law, Linda Arcelin, Professor, University of La Rochelle The new restrictive practices resulting from the DDADUE law, Mathilde Boudou, Lawyer, Paris Bar, JCCA Avocats, Paris The new

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Laurence Idot, Guillaume Daieff, Isabelle De Silva, Linda Arcelin, Odile Mathilde Boudou, Jean-Louis Fourgoux, Yann Utzschneider, Anouk Clamens, Christophe Lemaire, DDADUE bill: Simple adaptation or reform of French competition law?, February 2021, Concurrences N° 1-2021, Art. N° 98841, pp. 22-62

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