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Transposition of the EU Damages Directive in France: Views on the new title VIII of French commercial code’s book IV

After a legislative process that lasted nearly twelve years, the epilogue has just been written: the directive 2014/104/EU is finally transposed into French law! The transposition provisions were inserted in a new Title VIII of Book IV of the Commercial Code. This title was created by the two transposing acts: Ordonnance No. 2017-303 and Décret No. 2017-305 of 9 March 2017.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. After a legislative process that will have lasted nearly twelve years, the epilogue has just been written: Directive 2014/104/EU of the European Parliament and the Council of 26 November 2014 is finally transposed into French law! For the most part, the transposition provisions have been inserted into a brand new Title VIII of Book IV of the Commercial Code created by the Order [1] and Decree of [2] 9 March 2017. But before we present these texts, a little history. 1. History of the reform. Discussions on the need to reform the rules applicable to actions for damages for anti-competitive practices were formally launched in 2005 following the publication

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  • Université Caen Normandie

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Rafael P. Amaro, Transposition of the EU Damages Directive in France: Views on the new title VIII of French commercial code’s book IV, May 2017, Concurrences N° 2-2017, Art. N° 84030, pp.70-81

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