Fayrouze Masmi-Dazi

Frieh AssociƩs (Paris)

Fayrouze Masmi Dazi is a Partner at Frieh AssociĆ©s. Fayrouze’s main speciality covers French and EU competition law including mergers, State aid and antitrust. She notably worked in high ranked law firms both in Paris and Brussels, and worked on collective redress and alternative dispute resolution at the European Commission. She regularly advises and represents clients before national and European Courts and authorities in the energy sector, financial, insurance and IT services.

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Hertslet Wolfer & Heintz (Paris)
DLA Piper (Paris)


1161 Bulletin

Fayrouze Masmi-Dazi Dominance in the telecom sector


Over the last three years, there have been three landmark cases of dominance in the telecom sector in the EU targeting practices undertaken by telecom equipment suppliers: the Huawei/ZTE CJEU judgment in 2015, plus the Intel and Qualcomm decisions sanctioning exclusionary rebates. Given the significance of such cases both in terms of substantial assessment and political stance, these will be the focus of the present contribution.

Fayrouze Masmi-Dazi The French competition authority allows a subsidiary to opt for a national settlement procedure even though its parent company challenges the charges of a cartel (Mobilitas)


In a decision issued on November 18th, 2014 , the French competition authority (hereafter the "FCA") fined three removal companies for having colluded in presenting cover quotes in the military personnel removal sector in Martinique. National regulatory provisions set a competitive process for (...)

Fayrouze Masmi-Dazi, Jocelyn Goubet The French Civil Supreme Court requests justification on how belonging to a group may be considered an aggravating factor in setting antitrust fines (Allez)


On 21 October 2014, the French Civil Supreme Court issued a decision regarding bid rigging in the public contract sector. Following an investigation of the Directorate-General for Competition, Consumption and the Fight against Fraud, the French Competition Authority found ten undertakings (...)

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