*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a judgement of 24 June 2008 in the "Drapo" case, named after the software used by construction companies to divide up markets the Court of Appeal of Paris, which essentially validates the the analysis of the Competition Council, in particular with regard to the general agreement to share all major the Île-de-France region by means of "tours de table", has nonetheless partially reformed Decision No. 06-D-07, considering that, out of a number of of contracts reviewed by the Board, there was no evidence of an agreement. was not made, which led the Court to make the reduction, of a portion of the high fines imposed by the Council. The Paris Court also
ALERTS : PROCEDURE - LIMITATION PERIOD - INTERRUPTING ACTS
Acts which interrupt the limitation period : The Paris Court of Appeal validates the French Competition Authority’s decisional practice according to which acts interrupting the limitation period of public action aiming to punish anti-competitive practices interrupts the limitation period of administrative action as well (Affaire "DRAPO")
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