*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. From the Garden of Eden to Steve Jobs' iTech, apples are obviously still as... tempting! Before the release of the apple firm's iPad may in turn spark a new - understandable - craze among consumers, the iPhone case, which one might have thought over because of the Competition Authority's acceptance of Apple and Orange's commitments, experienced a new twist on February 16, 2009, with the reversal of the Paris Court of Appeal's ruling of February 4, 2009 on protective measures. It should be recalled that following the refusal of the apple company to deliver the terminal to Orange because of the distribution agreements between the company and Orange,
CASE COMMENTS: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - TELECOMMUNICATIONS - EXCLUSIVITY - IPHONE
Mesures conservatoires: The Court of Cassation, just a month after acceptance of commitments, censors the Paris Court of Appeal for insufficient motivation (Orange / Apple / France Télécom)
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