CASE COMMENTS : RESTRICTIVES PRACTICES – SPECIALISATION OF COURTS – CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE LIMITATION OF THE NUMBER OF COURTS – APPEAL

Specialisation of courts: The Council of State rejects appeals formed against the decree instituting the specialisation of courts by refusing to ask a priority question of constitutionality and notably validates the decree with regard to article 6 of ECHR (Ordre des avocats au barreau de Lyon)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CE, 10 June 2011, Ordre des avocats au barreau de Lyon e.a., n° 335584, 335593 and 335595 The Bar Associations of Lyon, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Lille, Rennes, Colmar and Mulhouse have asked the Council of State to annul for excess of power Decree No. 2009-1384 of 11 November 2009 relating to the specialisation of jurisdictions in matters of restrictive practices of competition, as it removes the jurisdiction of the Courts of Strasbourg, Toulouse and Colmar and reserves appeals in this matter to the Paris Court of Appeal alone, and that Strasbourg and Toulouse lose their jurisdiction in this matter. Two objections were raised by the Orders which had

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Jean-Louis Fourgoux, Specialisation of courts: The Council of State rejects appeals formed against the decree instituting the specialisation of courts by refusing to ask a priority question of constitutionality and notably validates the decree with regard to article 6 of ECHR (Ordre des avocats au barreau de Lyon), 10 June 2011, Concurrences N° 3-2011, Art. N° 37953, pp. 132-133

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