Pierre de Montalembert

Ginestié Magellan Paley-Vincent (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Pierre de Montalembert led Hogan Lovell’s French Competition & EU law practice from 2002 to 2015 at which point he joined Ginestié Magellan Paley-Vincent. He has extensive competition law experience and a broad experience of advising French and International clients on all sorts of commercial law issues as well as corporate and transactional matters. Pierre de Montalembert is a member of the Paris & New York Bars. He joined Siméon Moquet Borde in 1982 where he became a Partner in 1987. He founded Siméon & Associés in 1990. He became a Partner of Lovells on 1 November 2001 as a result of the merger of the two firms and joined Ginestié Magellan Paley Vincent as a Partner on 1 July 2015. Pierre de Montalembert was an elected member of the Paris Bar Council from 1994 to 1996.

Linked authors

Hewlett Packard (Boulogne-Billancourt)
Simmons & Simmons (Paris)
Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
DGCCRF (Paris)
Compass Lexecon (Paris)
French Competition Authority (Paris)
CRA International (Paris)
RBB Economics (Brussels)

Articles

5890 Bulletin

Charles Saumon, Pierre de Montalembert The Paris Court of Appeal confirms the fines imposed in a collective boycotting case and its strict case law on standard of proof (Defibrillators)

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On 8 April 2009, the Paris Court of Appeal (the "Court") confirmed the decision of the French Competition Council (the "Authority") dated 19 December 2007 to fine five of the world’s leading implantable heart defibrillator manufacturers (Biotronik, Ela Medical, Guidant, Medtronic and Saint Jude (...)

Charles Saumon, Pierre de Montalembert The French NCA fines several temping agencies nearly € 100 M, but grants significant reductions for certain parties who enter into innovative commitments (Adecco, Manpower, VediorBis)

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On 2 February 2009, the French Competition Council ("the Council") fined several agencies active in the temporary employment sector in France (Adecco, Adia, Manpower and VediorBis - "the Companies") for concerted practices. Context Temping enables businesses desiring more flexibility to use (...)

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