CASE COMMENTS: UNILATERAL PRACTICES - RELEVANT MARKET - SOFTWARE

Relevant market: The Paris Court of Appeal upholds the decision of the French Competition Authority rejecting the claim of a software vendor that the agency for the centralisation of university and higher education resources had denigrated its software products and tried to exclude it from the market, on the grounds that the relevant market definition was broader than that purported by the software vendor and that there was no case (Human resources software)

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Anne Wachsmann, Bastien Thomas, Relevant market: The Paris Court of Appeal upholds the decision of the French Competition Authority rejecting the claim of a software vendor that the agency for the centralisation of university and higher education resources had denigrated its software products and tried to exclude it from the market, on the grounds that the relevant market definition was broader than that purported by the software vendor and that there was no case (Human resources software), 23 March 2010, Concurrences N° 2-2010, Art. N° 31287, p. 82

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