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CONCURRENCE DELOYALE Definition & Legal Meaning

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A term of the French law nearly equivalent to “unfair trade competition;” and used in relation to the infringement of rights securer by trade-marks, etc. It signifies a dishonest, perfidious, or treacherous rivalry in trade, or any manoeuvre calculated to prejudice the good will of a business or the value of the name of a property or its credit or renown with the public, to the injury of a business competitor. Simmons Medicine Co. v. Mansfield Drug Co., 93 Tenn. 84, 23 S. W. 105.

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