ALERTS: DISTRIBUTION - UNFAIR PRACTICES - TRANSPARENCY - REFORM

Reform: The French government reforms by ordinance the title IV of book IV of the French Commercial Code regarding transparency and antitcompetitive practices (Egalim law)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In application of the EGALIM law of 30 October 2018 (Lettre distr. nov. 2018, p. 12, obs. T. Leichnig), the order of 24 April 2019 gives rise to the most important reform known by Title IV of Book IV of the Commercial Code since the codification in 2000 and after multiple legislative amendments which had made the whole excessively complex and difficult to read (NRE, Chatel, LME, Hamon, Macron, Sapin II, etc.). "Clarify", "simplify" and "clarify" were the main watchwords of the enabling legislation and from this perspective the order is a success. Among other improvements, we would like to point out that : the provisions relating to the GCS (art. L.

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Nicolas Éréséo, Reform: The French government reforms by ordinance the title IV of book IV of the French Commercial Code regarding transparency and antitcompetitive practices (Egalim law), 24 April 2019, Concurrences N° 3-2019, Art. N° 91044, www.concurrences.com

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