A small consumer electronics discount retailer brought an action before the Competition Council against some of its suppliers for vertical agreements made with their respective distributors. In support of the action, the retailer produced tapes containing the recordings of phone conversations between its manager and representatives of those suppliers, with written transcriptions of the calls. Although the recordings were obtained unfairly
The French Commercial Supreme Court rules that the Competition Authority may not rely on unfairly obtained recordings as evidence (Sony / Philips)
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