Precision of injunctions : The Court of Appeal of Paris invites the Competition Council to make a more rigorous appreciation in the drafting of injunctions and largely nullifies a decision condemning an undertaking for failure to comply with an injunction (Decaux)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Difficult Art of Drafting Injunctions (cont'd) Where the Board of the competition learns the importance of accurate drafting at its expense. the injunctions it orders and the need to avoid interpreting the injunctions beyond the prescribed scope. It will be recalled that the Competition Council had, in a decision No. 05-D-36 of 30 June 2005, imposed on the companies of the Decaux group of financial penalties of a total amount of 10 million, or 1.3% of each company's sales, for failing to comply with the injunctions issued by Decision No. 98-D-52 of the 7 July 1998 , in which the Council considered that the companies of the Decaux group, which held a

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