Visits and seizures: The first president of the Paris Court of Appeal validates, after two referrals from the French Supreme Court, the search and seizure operations on the premises of a manufacturer of household appliances, considering that the presumptions of anti-competitive practices remaining in the file justify the searches carried out on its premises (Whirlpool)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. We will not go back over the many twists and turns of the case that led to the cancellation of the visit and seizure operations at Whirlpool's premises in the context of this article. A case with twists and turns These have been commented on previously in these columns (See Christophe Lemaire, Adèle Azzi, Dawn raids: The French Supreme Court considers that an undertaking is "implicated" in a dawn raid and therefore has a right to an effective appeal, so that the minutes and inventory of the previous dawn raid must be annexed both to the request and to the

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Christophe Lemaire, Hélène Fricaudet, Visits and seizures: The first president of the Paris Court of Appeal validates, after two referrals from the French Supreme Court, the search and seizure operations on the premises of a manufacturer of household appliances, considering that the presumptions of anti-competitive practices remaining in the file justify the searches carried out on its premises (Whirlpool), 13 April 2022, Concurrences N° 3-2022, Art. N° 108072, p. 167

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