ARTICLE : UNFAIR PRACTICES - FRANCE - EUROPEAN UNION - COMMUN LAW - REFORM

The application of the (UE) 2019/633 directive: What influence(s) for PCDs under French common law?*

The contribution aims to examine the impact of the (UE) 2019/633 directive on the international application of PCDs of French common law. If this impact is probable on the connecting factor, on the other hand it is more uncertain as to the goal pursued by the French system.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. 1. Restrictive competition practices - now apprehended, in France, through the generic expression of "unfair commercial practices" (hereinafter "UCP") since the order of 24 April 2019 - have long been an original feature of our national competition law [1]. This partly explains why the question of their application in space (in other words, once a foreign element appears) remains one of those that agitate the most attentive observers of the matter. And without going into detail, it is not certain that the first answer finally provided by the high civil court in a remarkable decision of July 2020 [2] is the most convincing; at the very least, that it does

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  • Jean Moulin University Lyon III

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Cyril Nourissat, The application of the (UE) 2019/633 directive: What influence(s) for PCDs under French common law?*, November 2021, Concurrences N° 4-2021, Art. N° 102872, www.concurrences.com

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