The maritime servicing of Corsica case provided the Paris Court of Appeal with an opportunity to rule on jurisdiction between the Competition Authority and the administrative courts and on the definition of a dominant position and the necessity of an effect on the market to characterise an abuse. Instead of shedding light on the issue, the Court's decision has only added to the reigning confusion. Regarding jurisdiction, the Court held only that it is for the administrative courts to rule on the legality of acts of public authorities carried out in the course of a procedure for the award of a public service delegation contract and for the Competition Authority to evaluate the behaviour of the undertaking positioned on the
The Paris Court of Appeal, while confirming the NCA decision on maritime servicing of Corsica, raises more expectations on clear criteria for delineating jurisdiction between the NCA and the administrative courts and for assessing the necessity of an effect on the market (SNCM)
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