Non-competition clause: The French Supreme Court emphasizes the complementarity of the various non-competition obligations in the context of a transfer of business (M. [W] [R], Ekip / Et toque !...)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. While it is traditional to distinguish between non-competition obligations according to their source (contractual or legal), it is also possible to distinguish between them according to their source (contractual or legal). See in particular. Rep. Dr. commercial, Dalloz, v Concurrence : Obligation de non-concurrence, Y Picod, Y. Auguet, M. Gomy, March 2020, n° 6 et seq., J.-CL. Contrats - Distribution, Fasc. 120 - Clause de non-concurrence. Notion. Généralité, by C.-E. Bucher, June 2020, n° 6 et seq.), it is less common to address the question of their complementarity. The decision rendered on January 26, 2022 by the Commercial Chamber of the Court of Cassation

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Valérie Durand, Non-competition clause: The French Supreme Court emphasizes the complementarity of the various non-competition obligations in the context of a transfer of business (M. [W] [R], Ekip / Et toque !...), 26 January 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 106573, pp. 137-138

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