*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The famous "educational work" on competition rules is clearly not yet complete. Last June, legal professionals - notaries and bailiffs - were, via their representative organisations, sanctioned by the Competition Authority for price-fixing practices (See, for similar facts, Aut. conc., No. 19-D-19, 30 Sept. 2019The first issue of the newsletter, on practices in the field of architectural services, will be published in the next issue). Clearly, although some of them were aware of the potentially unlawful nature of their practices with regard to the constraints arising from competition law, the sanctioned players were not fully aware of the seriousness of
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