Disproportionality: The French Supreme Court confirms the disproportionate nature of a non-competition clause (Educinvest / Sud-Ouest Campus)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The case has already made news (Cass. com., November 28, 2018, No. 17-18.619, L'essentiel, Droit de la distribution et de la concurrence, Feb. 1, 2019, obs. O. Zakharova-Renaud; Contrats conc. consom. 1/2020, 1, obs. M. Behar-Touchais and J.-B. Gouache; Juris association 2019, n° 592, p. 9, obs. X. Delpech; RTD civ. 2019, p. 100, obs. H. Barbier.- V. for equal. CA Paris, 13 Dec. 2019, RG n° 19/02615, Concurrences 2020/1, p. 102, obs. N. Eréséo). Before the Court of Cassation, litigation relating to the non-competition clause had until then remained relatively unnoticed, with attention focused on the issue of membership and participation in the creation of an

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Valérie Durand, Disproportionality: The French Supreme Court confirms the disproportionate nature of a non-competition clause (Educinvest / Sud-Ouest Campus), 16 February 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 106575, pp. 138-140

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