From competition law to competition of laws

The various competition policies tend imperceptibly to approximate their rules, and even jurisprudential theories are gradually conforming to one another, in most cases through imitation of the American model. The author deals with the question of where French body of laws stands in the legal landscape of competition rights.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Because it reflects a single economic theory, competition law itself should be unique. And it is true that the different competition laws tend insensitively to approximate their rules. Most of them have adopted leniency mechanisms in the last ten years along the lines of US law. In Europe, the different Member States are successively

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Louis Vogel, From competition law to competition of laws, September 2008, Concurrences N° 3-2008, Art. N° 20316, pp. 1-4

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