*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Paris Court of Appeal condemns a French distributor for obtaining unfair advantages from a foreign supplier, and considers that the expiry of a foreclosure period for challenge invoices for services shall not a loss of the right to bring a legal action* Facts An American company was a supplier to the French retailer Conforama and thus its creditor. This supplier was also a debtor of another American company and of an Italian company. In the context of a derivative action, these last two creditors asserted against Conforama the claim of their debtor, which was in bankruptcy in the United States. Conforama then set off against its two creditors the
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Advantages without counterpart: The Paris Court of Appeal condemns a French distributor for obtaining unfair advantages from a foreign supplier (Conforama France / Industria Conciaria Volturno, High Point Real Estate)
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