Sanctions : The French Competition Authority sanctions two groups of judicial officers in Paris and Seine-Saint-Denis, as well as some of their members, for non objective, non transparent and discriminatory membership conditions

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. There are exploits of bailiffs which would gain from not being quoted. Certainly, for some of this body, certainly not the executores of Antiquity, nor those of the community of the sergeants with rod and horse of the Châtelet, the competition law was not a subject required for the access to this noble regulated profession. This is evidenced by the two decisions of the Authority reported here concerning practices of judicial officers in Paris and Seine-Saint-Denis(see Aut. conc., Jan. 13, 2022, relating to practices implemented in the sector of judicial officers, No. 22-D-01 [hereinafter the "BSP 75 decision"] and No. 22-D-02 [hereinafter the "SCM 93

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Ludovic Bernardeau, Sanctions : The French Competition Authority sanctions two groups of judicial officers in Paris and Seine-Saint-Denis, as well as some of their members, for non objective, non transparent and discriminatory membership conditions, 13 January 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 106430, pp. 93-94

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