CASE COMMENTS: UNILATERAL PRACTICES - COMPETENCE

Competence of the NCA: The French Tribunal des conflits has, for the first time, ruled in favour of the competence of the French Competition Authority (as opposed to administrative courts) in a case concerning anti-competitive practices relating to a public contract (Éditions Gisserot)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. T. confl, 4 May 2009, Prefect of Paris (Éditions Gisserot v. CMN), No. C3714. "Monument éditorial en péril" was the title of a daily newspaper (Le Monde, 6 May 2009) referring to the case between Éditions Gisserot and the Centre des monuments nationaux ("the CMN"), a public administrative establishment under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture (on this case, see notes J-P. K., on this judgment, Concurrences, No. 3-2009, and on the judgment of the Paris Court of Appeal, Concurrences, No. 1-2009, pp. 222-223). Noting that the CMN, which in 2004 had awarded them a one-year contract, renewable three times, for the supply of monographs on certain

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Anne Wachsmann, Competence of the NCA: The French Tribunal des conflits has, for the first time, ruled in favour of the competence of the French Competition Authority (as opposed to administrative courts) in a case concerning anti-competitive practices relating to a public contract (Éditions Gisserot), 4 May 2009, Concurrences N° 4-2009, Art. N° 29266, pp. 115-116

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