CASE COMMENTS : PROCEDURES – APPEAL BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH NCA – ADMISSIBILITY – VEBIC CASE LAW

Appeal by the president of the French NCA: The Court of Cassation extends the rights of the President of the French NCA to bring an appeal against judgments of the Paris Court of appeal, in accordance with the VEBIC case law (SFR and France Télécom, Aximum and Sécurité et signalisation)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cass. com, January 17, 2012, Chairman of the French Competition Authority v. SFR and France Telecom, No. 11-13067 Cass. com, March 20, 2012, President of the Competition Authority c/ Aximum and Security and Signaling, No. 11-16128 While the modernization of competition law and in particular the entry into force of Regulation 1/2003 was intended to converge national laws and European Union law on the substance, it must be noted that the institutional and procedural autonomy of member States is gradually being regulated (see on this subject, Ch. Lemaire and J. Gstalter, "The Silent Revolution Beyond Regulation 1/2003", Global Competition Policy, October

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Alexandre Lacresse, Appeal by the president of the French NCA: The Court of Cassation extends the rights of the President of the French NCA to bring an appeal against judgments of the Paris Court of appeal, in accordance with the VEBIC case law (SFR and France Télécom, Aximum and Sécurité et signalisation), 17 January 2012, Concurrences N° 2-2012, Art. N° 45876, pp. 137-139

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