Criminal antitrust: The French Competition Council rules on relationships between competition and criminal proceedings (Lycées d’Île-de-France)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – Cons. conc. dec. no. 07-D-15 of May 9, 2007 relating to practices implemented in public procurement contracts relating to high schools in the Île-de-France region The years 2005 and 2006 had enabled the Competition Council to clarify the contours of the relations that criminal judges increasingly have with them (on this subject, see on e-Competitions, the results of the "Criminal Antitrust" research programme25 decisions with commentary; see also C. Lemaire and D. Blanc, Un nouvel essor des relations entre le Conseil de la concurrence et les juridictions en droit de la concurrence, JCP E 2006, p. 1879). The year 2007 is unquestionably a continuation of

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