Refusal to contract : The French competition authority reaffirms that an undertaking is free to choose which products it wants to make and sell and rejects the complaints for precautionary measures introduced by a inventor after the refusal of different electric equipment companies to integrate his invention in their products

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On April 15, 2013, the Competition Authority rejected, in a decision No. 13-D-08 relating to practices implemented in the residential electrical equipment sector, the merits of the case and the accompanying request for protective measures filed by a company whose commercial manager holds a patent for the invention of a shoe that holds the block containing an electrical multi-socket outlet on the ground, using the user's foot, in order to better enable the extraction of an electrical socket from one of its dwellings. It

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