No notice period : The Paris Court of Appeal decides, despite the length of the commercial relationship and the dominant position held by the company offering the main search engine service, that the termination with four days’ notice, based on a contractual clause is not wrongful (Google / Ulysse)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The cases follow one another but are not all alike, including for the digital giants. Condemned by the Commercial Court of Paris for brutal rupture of commercial relations, the company Google Ireland won its case before the Court of Appeal of Paris. The case was against the company Ulysse which operated two websites: www.info-resultats-examens.fr and www.concours-fonction-publique.comwhich, in order to attract Internet users, had set up a first Google Adwords account as of 2006 and a second as of 2010. Between 2012 and 2015, Google had proceeded, for each of the websites, to three

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Jean-Louis Fourgoux, No notice period : The Paris Court of Appeal decides, despite the length of the commercial relationship and the dominant position held by the company offering the main search engine service, that the termination with four days’ notice, based on a contractual clause is not wrongful (Google / Ulysse), 11 March 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 106571, p. 136

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