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Value of evidence: The Paris Court of Appeal holds that conversations recorded without interested parties’ knowledge may serve as evidence (Philips France...)

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Valérie Michel-Amsellem, Value of evidence: The Paris Court of Appeal holds that conversations recorded without interested parties’ knowledge may serve as evidence (Philips France...), 19 June 2007, Concurrences N° 3-2007, Art. N° 13857, pp. 136-137

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