ALERTS : PROCEDURES - FRANCE - FOOD - LEGITIMATE SUSPICION - DISMISSAL - CANCELLATION - EXCESSIVE PRICES

Legitimate suspicion: The First President of the Paris Court of Appeal upholds a claim of legitimate suspicion against the Polynesian Competition Authority on account of the conduct of its President and refers the case to the French Competition Authority (Wane)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. New development in the saga of excessive tariffs on the market for the supply of beverages to shops organized under trade names in French Polynesia: taking note of thejudgment of 4 June 2020 to which the Second Civil Chamber of the Court of Cassation ruled that independent administrative authorities that impose sanctions are subject to an ex ante control of their impartiality and may be subject to a procedure of legitimate suspicion, the First President of the Paris Court of Appeal has ruled in favour, under the terms of an order issued on 29 July 2020The Court of First Instance of the European Communities, in response to the application for legitimate

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Alain Ronzano, Legitimate suspicion: The First President of the Paris Court of Appeal upholds a claim of legitimate suspicion against the Polynesian Competition Authority on account of the conduct of its President and refers the case to the French Competition Authority (Wane), 29 July 2020, Concurrences N° 4-2020, Art. N° 96100, www.concurrences.com

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