Focus on Regulatory Law - July 2014


In This Issue:

- Regulation Authorities

..French Competition Authority

..Securities and Market Authority

..Audiovisual Council

..Authority for the Regulation of Electronic Communications

- Energy

..Purchase of Wind Electricity

..Wind Farm Building Permits

- Public Economic Law

..High-Speed Networks (4G)

..User Charges for Public Services

..Petroleum Products

- Contracts

..Delegation of Public Service (DPS)

..Selection of Candidates in a Bidding Process

..Termination of a Contract

..Termination on Grounds of General Interest

- Public Health

..Sensitive Medical Data


..Orphan Drugs

..Pharmaceuticals Subject to the Narcotics Scheme

- Excerpt from Regulation Authorities - French Competition Authority:

Statements of reasons cannot be disassociated from the operative part of a decision and therefore do not qualify for appeal -

Having been notified of an appeal against the Competition Authority’s decision regarding a joint acquisition of retail trade warehouses, the Conseil d’État stated that the assessments the Competition Authority made in the decision’s statements of reasons cannot be disassociated from the operative part of the decision, which such statements support.

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