*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Competition Authority published a study on its leniency programme on 15 April. The study was carried out to enable the Authority "to gain a better understanding of the experience of practitioners and the practical difficulties encountered", and in particular the parameters that encourage or deter people from applying for leniency. To this end, questionnaires have been sent from February 2013 onwards to more than a hundred "of the largest companies present in France" and 120 lawyers specialising in competition law. The return rate was around 20% (the responses were treated confidentially by the Authority's leniency counsellor). General assessment and
PROCEDURES: LENIENCY PROGRAM – STUDY – COMPETITION AUTHORITY
Leniency : The French Competition Authority publishes a study on the French leniency program
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