CONFERENCES: DIGITAL SECTOR - ONLINE PLATFORMES - INTERMEDIATION PLATFORMS - VERTICAL CARTELS - MERGER CONTROL - UNILATERAL PRACTICES - EXCLUSIVITY - PARITY CLAUSE

Intermediation platforms (Competition law enforcement in the digital sector - Nanterre, 17 November 2016)

Case 3 illustrates the practices of an intermediation platform referencing professionals; The case was studied in the scope of UE, German, French, American, Chinese and Japanese laws. An economist has also shared his point of view.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article in French, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. 1. The Moov' is an intermediation platform with a network of sports coaches who travel to the users' homes. The coaches propose different offers in terms of duration, price or sport practiced. For each transaction, the platform receives a 12% commission which it charges to the coach. The consumer pays the coach directly for the service provided. 2. The Moov' selects the coaches by giving them training tests. Le Moov' guarantees to the users of the platform the presence of a coach at their home during the reserved time slot: if the "reserved" person is absent, Le Moov' undertakes to send a replacement coach who will provide a service similar to

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Florian Bien, Thomas Cheng Kin-Hon, Anne-Sophie Choné-Grimaldi, Emmanuelle Claudel, Intermediation platforms (Competition law enforcement in the digital sector - Nanterre, 17 November 2016), May 2017, Concurrences N° 2-2017, Art. N° 84127, www.concurrences.com

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