Compensation for damage: The Paris Court of Appeal affirms the existence of a compensable moral prejudice but rejects the existence of a prejudice for loss of opportunity in a case concerning the publication of a daily newspaper in the sports press (10 Medias / Les Editions P. Amaury)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. While recent developments in compensation litigation concerning anti-competitive practices have led us to focus our attention on large-scale cartel cases, with the recurring problem of passing on additional costs (see most recently, Paris, Pôle 5 ch. 4, January 5, 2022, RG n° 19/22293, L'actu-concurrence Hebdo n° 3/2022, obs. M. Chagny), the decision rendered by the specialized chamber of the Paris Court of Appeal on February 23, 2022 is a timely reminder that this is not the only case to be considered, and that other disputes and issues relating to damages caused by abuse of a dominant position also deserve to be considered. Moreover, at a time when there is

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Muriel Chagny, Compensation for damage: The Paris Court of Appeal affirms the existence of a compensable moral prejudice but rejects the existence of a prejudice for loss of opportunity in a case concerning the publication of a daily newspaper in the sports press (10 Medias / Les Editions P. Amaury), 23 February 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 105679, www.concurrences.com

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