Lila Ferchiche

Norton Rose Fulbright (Paris)
Lawyer (Associate)

Lila Ferchiche joined the Competition Department of Norton Rose Fulbright in 2008 as an associate, after having held an in-house position in a French company, and having trained in the competition departments of Baker & McKenzie, Latham & Watkins and Shearman & Sterling. Lila’s practice focuses on French and European antitrust law and procedure, merger control, restrictive business practices, distribution law. She graduated from the University of London (LL.M) and the Paris Bar school.

Articles

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Lila Ferchiche The French Competition Authority seizes itself on its own motion in order to issue an opinion on several questions involving mass retail distribution which may hinder the functioning of competition in this sector

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On 25 February and 19 March 2010, the French Competition Authority decided on its own initiative, to make a reference to issue two opinions in the mass retail distribution sector, in order to ensure that the functioning of competition in this sector is not hindered. The French NCA’s power to (...)

Lila Ferchiche A French Court of Appeal makes a reference for a preliminary ruling to the ECJ on whether a general and absolute ban on Internet sales by approved distributors does constitute a “hardcore restriction” on competition by object within the meaning of Art. 81.1 EC (Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmétique)

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In a judgment dated 29 October 2009, the French Court of Appeal made a reference for a preliminary ruling under article 234 of the Treaty establishing the European Community (the “EC Treaty”), whereby the ECJ was asked to answer “the question whether a general and absolute ban on Internet sales to (...)

Lila Ferchiche The Paris Court of Appeal holds that, in compliance with the adversarial principle, the parties to the commitments procedure shall have access to all documents on the basis of which the case handler had drafted its preliminary assessment (Canal 9 / Les Indépendants)

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Following the quashing of its first decision , the Paris Court of Appeal held, in the present decision , that in compliance with the adversarial principle, the parties to the commitments procedure shall have access to all documents on the basis of which the French Rapporteur (the “case handler”) (...)

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