*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CA Paris, ch. 5-7, 26 January 2010, Adecco, ADIA, Manpower and others.against Cons. conc., Dec. no. 09-D-05 of 2 February 2009 on practices in the temporary work sector The case of temporary employment provides a new opportunity for the Court of Appeal to rule on the rules on business secrecy. Although the judgment relates to the rules in force before the LME Act (on these rules, see "La protection du secret des affaires devant le Conseil de la concurrence: une évolution bienvenue", JCP éd. E, 26 Jan. 2006, No. 4, pp. 191-201), the difficulties mentioned remain within the currently applicable legal framework. In essence, the Court of Appeal was called upon
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES - RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL - BUSINESS SECRETS - ACCESS TO FILE - “UNSEVERABILITY” OF THE ELECTRONIC MAILBOXES SEIZED
Digital inquiries: The Paris Court of Appeal rules on the delicate balance between the parties’ right of access to the file and the outcome of the electronic mailboxes seized (Manpower)
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