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Imputability: The Court of Cassation confirms the imputability of a practice when the legal person disappeared (EFS)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cass. com, 28 feb. 2006, French Blood Establishment (EFS), No. 05-12.138 The company Reims-Bio had referred to the Competition Council anti-competitive practices implemented to its detriment by the Champagne-Ardennes Public Interest Grouping (GIPCA), which supplied it with blood products for non-therapeutic use. In the course of the investigation, the Act of 1 July 1998 transferred to the French Blood Establishment (EFS) all activities previously carried out by blood transfusion establishments, such as GIPCA. As the EFS ensured the economic and functional continuity of GIPCA, which had disappeared, it was to this establishment that the grievances were

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Valérie Michel-Amsellem, Imputability: The Court of Cassation confirms the imputability of a practice when the legal person disappeared (EFS), 28 February 2006, Concurrences N° 2-2006, Art. N° 788, pp. 141-142

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