CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - RIGHTS OF DEFENSE - NOTIFIED OBJECTIONS - DIFFERING ANALYSIS OF THE REPORT

Appeal: The Paris Court of Appel decides that there is no violation of the adversarial principle where the French Competition Council takes a view of the practice put forward in the report, that may differ from the one in the statement of objections, and relies on documents that have all been notified to the parties (Hôtel Le Bristol)

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Valérie Michel-Amsellem, Appeal: The Paris Court of Appel decides that there is no violation of the adversarial principle where the French Competition Council takes a view of the practice put forward in the report, that may differ from the one in the statement of objections, and relies on documents that have all been notified to the parties (Hôtel Le Bristol), 26 September 2006, Concurrences N° 4-2006, Art. N° 12517

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