Sandrine Delarue

British Competition Authority - CMA (London)
Civil servant

Sandrine Delarue is a UK solicitor and a French lawyer. She was educated in France and in the UK (London School of Economics). Sandrine’s experience at the Office of Fair Trading covers EC and UK behavioural matters. She also gained significant experience in EC, UK and French merger control, antitrust laws and regulatory laws (Energy / Telecoms) at DLA Piper in London and Latham and Watkins in Paris. She is a legal advisor at the UK Competition and Markets Authority.

Articles

11335 Bulletin

Sandrine Delarue The UK High Court holds that an unlawful non-compete clause cannot be severed from the exclusive distributorship agreement if such severance would destroy the fundamental nature of the agreement (Courage)

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A. Introduction In its judgment of 1 March 2006 the England and Wales High Court (Commercial Court) ("the High Court") made an important ruling on the severability of a non-competition clause in the context of the termination of an exclusive distributorship agreement. The High Court held that (...)

Sandrine Delarue The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal sets aside the OFT’s decision, subject to the OFT giving undertakings as to what actions it must subsequently take within a definite period of time (Association of British Insurers)

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1. Introduction The Competition Appeal Tribunal (“CAT”) Order of 30 June 2004 relates to the unusual situation where the Office of Fair Trading ("OFT") decided not to contest the appeal against its decision. In its Order, the CAT set aside the OFT’s decision, subject to the OFT giving (...)

Sandrine Delarue The CAT decides that an appeal was available to a third party complainant against an OFT decision to close an investigation following receipt of ’voluntary informal assurances’, and clarifies the procedural rights of complainants (Pernod-Ricard / Campbell Distillers)

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1. Introduction In this decision, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) made an important ruling on whether an appeal was available to a third party complainant against an OFT decision to close an investigation following receipt of ’voluntary informal assurances’ from the author of the alleged (...)

Sandrine Delarue The UK competition commission Appeal Tribunal decides, contrary to the Director General of Fair Trading, that a council monitoring the sale of insurance infringed the Chapter I prohibition of the Competition Act 1998 by prohibiting the its members from dealing with any intermediary who is not a member or the agent or sub-agent of such a member (The Institute of Independent Insurance Brokers)

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A. Introduction On 17 September 2001 the United Kingdom Competition Commission Appeal Tribunal ("the CCAT") made an important ruling by deciding, contrary to the Director General of Fair Trading, that the General Insurance Standards Council’s ("the GISC") rules infringed the Chapter I (...)

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