Julia Xoudis

Université de Genève, Python and Peter (Geneva Firmin-Massot)
Professor & Counsel

Julia Xoudis is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Geneva and Associate with Python & Peter. She specializes in the fields of Arbitration, Commercial Contracts and Competition law. She holds a Doctorate in Law from the University of Geneva, a Master degree in European Law from the University of Geneva and an LL.M. in International Law from the University of Cambridge. She is member of the Geneva Bar Association, the Swiss Bar Association, the Swiss Arbitration Association, the Swiss Association of Competition Law (also member of the Committee) and the International League of Competition Law (also member of the Council).

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Këllezi Legal (Geneva)

Articles

48 Bulletin

393 Review

Julia Xoudis Switzerland: The Swiss Competition Commission bans parity clauses used by the three largest hotel online booking platforms (Hotel online booking)

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La Commission de la concurrence suisse (“Comco”) a ouvert une enquête le 11 décembre 2012 dirigée contre les trois plus grands gestionnaires de plateformes de réservation d’hôtels en ligne, à savoir Booking.com, Expedia et HRS. L’enquête avait pour objet les clauses de parité, relatives aux tarifs, (...)

Julia Xoudis 340.Parallel trade: The Swiss Federal Administrative Court confirms the fines imposed by the Competition Authority to a Swiss toothpaste manufacturer and its Austrian licensor due to anticompetitive agreement on parallel trade (Gaba International, Gebro Pharma)

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Tribunal administratif fédéral, arrêts du 19 décembre 2013, Gaba International c/ Commission de la concurrence, B-506/2010, DPC 2013/4 750 ; Gebro Pharma c/ Commission de la concurrence, B-463/2010, DPC 2013/4 808 Le Tribunal administratif fédéral (“TAF”) a rejeté les recours de Gaba International SA (...)

Julia Xoudis, Pranvera Këllezi Switzerland: The Swiss Supreme Court examines the compatibility of competition law sanctions with fundamental rights (Publigroupe)

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Introduction Par une majorité de trois voix contre deux, le Tribunal fédéral a rejeté le recours formé par Publigroupe et consorts contre l’arrêt du Tribunal administratif fédéral du 27 avril 2010 (DPC 2010/2 329), qui avait confirmé la décision de la Commission de la concurrence (ci-après “Comco”) (...)

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