*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Compensation for competition damages is not (always) a smooth process, even when victims of anti-competitive practices take follow-up action, based on proceedings before the competition authority that have resulted in a finding of infringement In its judgment of April 14, 2021the Paris Court of Appeal rules on the appeal lodged by a producer of hygiene products who was ordered by the court of first instance to pay compensation for the damage caused by the exchange of sensitive information in which it had participated to several companies of the same distribution group. The Paris Commercial Court had essentially upheld their claim for compensation for the
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Exchange of information: The Paris Court of Appeal rules on the appeal lodged by a producer of hygiene products ordered in the first instance to compensate the damage caused by the practices of exchange of sensitive information in which it had participated to several companies of the same distribution group (Johnson & Johnson Santé Beauté France / Carrefour France)
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