CASE COMMENTS: MERGERS - SUPREME ADMINISTRATIVE COURT - PRIORITY PRELIMINARY RULING ON CONSTITUTIONALITY

Priority ruling on constitutionality : The French Supreme Administrative Court dismisses a priority preliminary ruling on constitutionality raised in the appeal against the French Competition Authority’s decision fining an undertaking for having omitted to file a merger before its implementation (Copagef)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The acquisition by the Castel group of six subsidiaries of the Patriarche group had especially marked the briefs because it was the first decision in which the Competition Authority had used the UPP test (V. la déc. 12-DCC-92, v. égal. D. Tayar and M. de l'Estang "The Competition Authority authorizes the acquisition of six companies active in the production of still and

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Jean-Mathieu Cot, Alice Blanchet, Priority ruling on constitutionality : The French Supreme Administrative Court dismisses a priority preliminary ruling on constitutionality raised in the appeal against the French Competition Authority’s decision fining an undertaking for having omitted to file a merger before its implementation (Copagef), 16 July 2014, Concurrences N° 4-2014, Art. N° 69967, p. 176

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