CASE COMMENTS : RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES – BREAK IN TRADE RELATIONS – NOTICE PERIOD

Break in trade relations: The Paris Court of Appeal rules on the duration of the notice period, as well as on the way damages must be assessed, in case of sudden break in trade relations in the field of services (Textile/Coopérative Groupement d’Achats des Centres Leclerc Gallec)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CA Paris, March 7, 2013, Textile Assistance c/ Coopérative Groupements d'Achats des Centres Leclerc Gallec, RG n° 11/16439 While the notion of abrupt termination of established commercial relations has been the subject of numerous decisions concerning the purchase and distribution of products, fewer decisions have been taken concerning the termination of relations based on the provision of services. The decision of the 5th Chamber of the Paris Court of Appeal of 7 March 2013, handed down after cassation, has precisely the merit of focusing on this type of relationship. The case opposed the company Textile Assistance to Galec, the national central

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Break in trade relations: The Paris Court of Appeal rules on the duration of the notice period, as well as on the way damages must be assessed, in case of sudden break in trade relations in the field of services (Textile/Coopérative Groupement d’Achats des Centres Leclerc Gallec), May 2013, Concurrences N° 2-2013, Art. N° 52129, pp. 99-100

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