Non-competition clause: The French Supreme Court considers that a non-competition clause covering only the territory initially entrusted is no longer applicable if this same territory was modified three times without amendment (Cafpi)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Rights and obligations of the commercial agent: rigour is required* The status of commercial agents includes provisions relating to the obligations of the distributor and the rights that he may exercise against the principal. These two aspects are addressed by the judgment under commentary, providing interesting insights into the validity of the post-contractual non-competition clause to which the agent may be subject and into his pecuniary rights, commissions and compensation for breach of contract. In this case, a commercial agency contract including a post-contractual non-competition clause is concluded between Mr. X and the company Cafpi. Arguing a

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