Disloyal evidence: The Court of appeal of Paris cancels the Conseil de la concurrence’s decision do to disloyal evidence (TVHA)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. It is strange that the judgment handed down yesterday, 16 February 2012, by the regulation (otherwise composed) of the Court of Appeal of Paris, on referral after cassation, in the TVHA case. We remember that, in that case, the Plenary Assembly of the Court of Cassation ruled on 7 January 2011 that recordings of telephone conversations made by a party, at without the knowledge of the author of the taped statements, and produced as evidence before the the Competition Authority, must be declared inadmissible as collected unfairly, breaking and cancelling, in all its provisions, the judgment of the Court of Appeal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and

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