ALERTS : PROCEDURES - FRANCE - DAMAGES - REPARABLE SURCHARGE - PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT

Reparable surcharge: The Paris Court of Appeal upholds the existence of a reparable surcharge on the purchase of private label dairy products for two companies belonging to the mass retail sector (Cora / Lactalis)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Compensation for damages caused by the dairy products cartel - commentary on the Cora judgment (CA Paris, ch. 5-4, 24 Nov. 2021). Whatever the reservations that critics may have about certain passages of the reported judgment, the density of its reasoning makes it possible to measure the progress made by the French courts since the first decisions on compensation for damage caused by anti-competitive practices (the famous private enforcement). In addition to the fact that the Court undertakes, through careful formulations, to clarify several important issues, the developments on the harm are, to our knowledge, of an unprecedented length (for an overview

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  • Caen Normandie University

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Rafael P. Amaro, Reparable surcharge: The Paris Court of Appeal upholds the existence of a reparable surcharge on the purchase of private label dairy products for two companies belonging to the mass retail sector (Cora / Lactalis), 24 November 2021, Concurrences N° 4-2021, Art. N° 104076, www.concurrences.com

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