LexInter | December 23, 2003 | 0 Comments



The disorganization of the company constitutes abuse.

It constitutes an abuse of the right to strike 

And expected, then, that the Court of Appeal, which responded to the conclusions, pointed out that the strike had not disrupted the company, and was able, as a result, to dismiss the allegation of an abuse of the law. of strike  Cass. soc. January 11, 2000

It constitutes abuse of the freedom to conduct business because it constitutes unfair competition . case law concerning the disorganization of the company

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