CASE COMMENTS: DISTRIBUTION - SALE OF COMPETING PRODUCTS – PRINCIPAL’S FORMER AGREEMENT – SERIOUS MISCONDUCT

Commercial agency : The Paris Court of Appeals qualifies as serious misconduct the sale of competing products without the principal’s former agreement (MPF Diffusion/BLD France)

Un mandant, ayant découvert que son agent commercial vendait sans son accord des marques concurrentes de la sienne, avait mis fin au contrat pour faute grave, invoquant une violation de l’art. L. 134-3 c. com., qui impose à

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Dominique Ferré, Blanche de La Mure, Commercial agency : The Paris Court of Appeals qualifies as serious misconduct the sale of competing products without the principal’s former agreement (MPF Diffusion/BLD France), 26 February 2015, Concurrences N° 3-2015, Art. N° 75032, p. 90

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