*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. When Nautech lodged a complaint with the Competition Authority concerning alleged practices in the Mediterranean yacht repair sector, the Authority declared itself incompetent to assess some of these practices and rejected the complaint concerning the other practices in the case because of the lack of sufficient evidence. In that decision, the Authority also rejected Nautech's request for interim measures. It is against this decision that Nautech appealed to the Paris Court of Appeal by filing a
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES – FRANCE – TERM – RPVA
Action against a decision of the French Competition Authority: The Paris Court of Appeals specifies terms in which an action may be brought against a decision of the French Competition Authority and holds that it cannot be brought through the lawyers’ private network (RPVA) (Nautech / Établissement Public Grand Port Maritime de Marseille)
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