By its judgement of 26 January 2022, the French Supreme Court (“Cour de cassation”) validates the contested reasoning of the Paris Court of Appeal and the French Competition Authority (hereinafter, the “FCA”), which fined the manufacturer Stihl 7 million euros (reduced to 6 million euros on appeal) for having prevented its authorised distributors from selling its products online. (more…)
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