CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC ACTIONS - RESTRICTIVE COMPETITION PRACTICES - ADMINISTRATIVE FINE - RETROACTIVITY OF THE MORE LENIENT PENAL LAW

Retroactivity: The French Supreme Administrative Court confirms the application of the principle of retroactivity in mitius to the law establishing a system of administrative sanctions in matters of restrictive competition practices (Airbus Helicopters)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. It will be recalled that the Marseille Administrative Court of Appeal overturned, in a judgment of 25 February 2019, a judgment of the Marseille Administrative Court annulling an administrative fine of €375,000 imposed, by the Regional Director of Enterprises, Competition, Consumption, Labour and Employment, on the company Airbus Helicopters for excessive payment terms imposed on its suppliers (F. Buy, "Délais de paiement : The Marseille Administrative Court of Appeal inaugurates the administrative jurisdictional litigation of commercial

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Jean-Philippe Kovar, Retroactivity: The French Supreme Administrative Court confirms the application of the principle of retroactivity in mitius to the law establishing a system of administrative sanctions in matters of restrictive competition practices (Airbus Helicopters), 3 February 2021, Concurrences N° 2-2021, Art. N° 100599, pp. 209-210

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