*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Under the terms of a judgment delivered on 10 July 2008 in the "Fragrances" case, the Commercial Chamber of the Court of Cassation came to censor partially the decision of the Paris Court of Appeal of June 26, 2007 concerning the scope of the referral made by the Competition Council. It should be remembered that the Court of Appeal had held that the ex officio referral was only for the the luxury perfume sector, which the Board of Directors is seized in rem of all the facts and practices that affect the functioning of a market and that, since perfumes and cosmetics did not constitute products the Council could not consider the sector to be one of the most
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Selective distribution: The French Supreme Court urges the Paris Court of Appeal to motivate its rulings about the field of the ex officio submission of the French Competition Council (Parfums)
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