On 12 May 2022, the French Supreme Court held a conference on assessing damages caused buy anticompetitive practices.
A second session of this training program for judges and lawyers will be held on 16 May 2022.
This study analyses how national courts in Europe have assessed damages in 299 cartel damages actions.
Rafael Amaro and Jean-François Laborde gather and analyse in this book a large number of judgments handed down by French courts in private enforcement cases.
Together with the French School for the Judiciary, the Paris Bar School organized on 23 June 2021 a training program on the legal rules applied by French courts when valuing damages
Our research is published in Recueil Dalloz n°2-2021.
This article analyses how national courts in Europe have assessed damages in 239 cartel damages actions.
Training on Competition Law organized by the Paris School Bar, the French Competition Authority and Cercle Montesquieu (association of in-house counsels)
Jean-François Laborde was a member of the panel on private enforcement.
Conference at the Paris Court of Appeal on “Private enforcement: the current state of play in France and in the EU”.
On 28 March 2019, Jean-François Laborde was a member of the panel dealing with two subjects: pre-judgment interest and passing-on.
This study was published in February 2019. It combines the perspectives of Joëlle Adda (former President of the Administrative Court of Lille), Rafael Amaro (law professor) and Jean-François laborde (court-accredited expert).
The third edition of our study was published in Concurrences review n° 1-2019 (Feb. 2019).
This conference was organized by CNEJGE, an association of experts at French Courts of Appeal. It took place on 11 October 2018 at Automobile Club de France.
This research was published in February 2018. Professor Suzanne Carval and Jean-François Laborde analyse 31 damages claims based on abuses of a dominant position.
Suzanne Carval, Professor of Law, Sylvie Nérot, Judge, and Jean-François Laborde, expert, publish a study on how French courts have assessed damages caused by exclusionary practices.
Published in November 2017, this second edition of our study gathered 98 cases from 12 countries.
Suzanne Carval and Jean-François Laborde comment an important new rule established by Cour de cassation.
As part of this conference held on 22 November 2017, Jean-François Laborde dealt with the subject of assessing cartel damages.
This first edition of our study was published in Concurrences review n° 1-2017 (February 2017).
The event was co-organized on 10 March 2017 by the Paris Court of Appeal and the French National School for the Judiciary. Jean-François Laborde presented a practical case.