CONFERENCE : AFEC - LES REFORMES DU DROIT DE LA CONCURRENCE EN QUESTION - PARIS - 20.06.2013

The regulation of commercial practices - A reform of the French law while waiting for the European law? (AFEC, Paris, 20 juin 2013)

This article brings together contributions from the second panel of the AFEC’s General Assembly of 20 June 2013 in Paris dedicated to the regulation of commercial practices

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. INTRODUCTION Jean-Patrice DE LAURENCIE Lawyer at the Paris Bar 1. It is an honour for which I thank the organisers, Professors Laurence Idot and Muriel Chagny, for leading this round table which departs from the main theme of the day - a formidable honour because, arriving at the end of the day, my main duty will be to be unpleasant in order to respect the time we have left! 2. But, the subject being worthwhile, I have no doubt that this constraint will encourage the speakers to be punchy - which will not be difficult, given their talents! This allows me to introduce them to you immediately: Michaël Cousin, lawyer at the Paris Bar, counsel at Ashurst;

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Jean-Patrice de La Laurencie, Michaël Cousin, Joffrey Sigrist, Michel Ponsard, The regulation of commercial practices - A reform of the French law while waiting for the European law? (AFEC, Paris, 20 juin 2013), September 2013, Concurrences N° 3-2013, Art. N° 53404, www.concurrences.com

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