Dawn raids: The First President of the Papeete Court of Appeal considers that the presumptions of anti-competitive practices remaining in the file after the invalidation of the inspections and seizures carried out in the case of asphalt road works in Polynesia justify the new inspections and seizures conducted (J.L. Polynésie)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. A few days before the first president of the Paris Court confirmed that the presumptions of anti-competitive practices remaining in the file after the invalidation of the visit and seizure operations carried out at Samsung's premises justified in themselves the OVS ordered at Whirlpool's premises, the first president of the Papeete Court of Appeal had reached substantially identical conclusions in the case of asphalt roadworks in French Polynesia. In fact, in this last case, the Criminal Division of the Court of Cassation, recalling that the first president of the Court of Appeal, called upon to rule on the validity of an order

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Alain Ronzano, Dawn raids: The First President of the Papeete Court of Appeal considers that the presumptions of anti-competitive practices remaining in the file after the invalidation of the inspections and seizures carried out in the case of asphalt road works in Polynesia justify the new inspections and seizures conducted (J.L. Polynésie), 5 April 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 106331, www.concurrences.com

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