*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. A little more than ten years after the first in-depth reform of business secrecy in competition proceedings (V. Ch. Lemaire, "La protection du secret des affaires devant la Conseil de la concurrence: une évolution bienvenue", JCP éd. E 26 January 2006, No. 4, pp. 191-201), the adoption of the Act of 18 November 2016 probably marks the culmination of this evolution. From the lack of autonomous recourse to the dichotomy of
CHRONIQUES : PROCEDURES – FRANCE – RIGHT TO AN EFFECTIVE REMEDY
Business secrets: The French Parliament adopts the act of 18 November 2016 centralising the litigation procedures regarding business secrets to the benefit of the Paris Court of Appeal (Modernisation of the XXI century’s justice)
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